Arimina Fibre

Arimina Fibre
A long, strong, stem fibre, similar to jute, yielded by a species of agave in Brazil; used for ropes. Also grown in Sierra Leone, Madagascar, etc. Its name is Arimina Guanima or Urina Lobata.

Dictionary of the English textile terms. 2014.

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