Definition of lockram in English:

lockram

(also lockrum, lockeram)

noun

historical
  • A type of linen fabric of various grades used for clothing and household items; an item made from this. Also (sometimes in plural): a quantity of this fabric.

Origin

Middle English. From Locronan, the name of a village in Brittany, France (where the fabric was made), apparently with remodelling after buckram.

Pronunciation

lockram

/ˈlɒkrəm/