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  From  Webster's  Revised  Unabridged  Dictionary  (1913)  [web1913]: 
  Dornick  \Dor"nick\,  or  Dornock  \Dor"nock\,  n. 
  A  coarse  sort  of  damask,  originally  made  at  Tournay  (in 
  Flemish,  Doornick),  Belgium,  and  used  for  hangings,  carpets, 
  etc  Also  a  stout  figured  linen  manufactured  in  Scotland. 
  [Formerly  written  also  {darnex},  {dornic},  {dorneck},  etc.] 
  --Halliwell.  --Jamieson. 
  Note:  Ure  says  that  dornock,  a  kind  of  stout  figured  linen, 
  derives  its  name  from  a  town  in  Scotland  where  it  was 
  first  manufactured  for  tablecloths.