Definition of cellucotton in English:

cellucotton

noun

  • An absorbent fibrous material made from processed wood pulp, originally developed as a cotton substitute for bandages and later used for sanitary towels and paper tissues. [A trademark in the United States.]

Origin

Early 20th century; earliest use found in Capital Times. From cellu- + cotton.

Pronunciation

cellucotton

/ˈsɛljʊkɒtn/