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Vicuna (VI-Cu'-Na). A delicate all-wool dress fabric, produced in black and neutral colors. The commoner varieties are of the armure weave. Vicuna is the French name for the wool of an animal similar to the llama or mountain goat. Also called vigogne cloth.