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cotton /ˈkɒtən/ n
  1. any of various herbaceous plants and shrubs of the malvaceous genus Gossypium, such as sea-island cotton, cultivated in warm climates for the fibre surrounding the seeds and the oil within the seeds
  2. the soft white downy fibre of these plants: used to manufacture textiles
  3. cotton plants collectively, as a cultivated crop
  4. a cloth or thread made from cotton fibres
Etymology: 14th Century: from Old French coton, from Arabic dialect qutun, from Arabic qutn

ˈcottony adj

Cotton /ˈkɒtən/ n
  1. Henry. 1907–87, British golfer: three times winner of the British Open

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