HACCI - What does HACCI stand for? The Free Dictionary
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There's a peach-colored, long-sleeved sweater of translucent hacci
fabric; a draping tank top in matte gray.
See also where the priest himself advertises the value of his cloak by claiming that it is "'di duagio infino in treagio, e hacci
di quegli nel popolo nostro che il tengon di quattragio'" (8.2.35), creating a false etymology for "duagio" (a fine cloth from Douai in Flanders) as deriving from the number "due" and then inventing the words "treagio" and "quattragio" by analogy to describe even finer cloths.
There are also a few anomalies of transcription from study to study: Hajji Bektash in Islam in Anatolia appears as Hacci
Bektash in The Seljuks of Anatolia, but such inconsistencies are few and should cause the reader no confusion.