Definition of posteen in English:

posteen

(also poshtin, poshteen, pushtin)

noun

  • A coat or jacket, chiefly of Afghan origin, made of animal hide (generally sheepskin) retaining the fleece on the inside.

Origin

Early 19th century; earliest use found in Mountstuart Elphinstone (1779–1859), administrator in India. From Persian regional pōstīn, Persian pūstīn coat of fur or fleece from early modern Persian pōst skin, hide, pelt.

Pronunciation

posteen

/pɒʃˈtiːn/