bobbinet
noun Etymology: blend of bobbin and net Date: 1814 a machine-made net of cotton, silk, or nylon usually with hexagonal mesh

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  • Bobbinet — is a specific type of tulle netting which has been made in the United Kingdom since the invention of the bobbinet machine in 1806 by John Heathcoat. Machines based on his original designs are still in operation today producing fabrics in Chard,… …   Wikipedia

  • Bobbinet — (engl. bobbin net, von bobbin [franz. bobine], Spule, Spitzenklöppel, und net, Netz; Tüll), dem geklöppelten Spitzengrund ähnliches, leichtes, großmaschiges, baumwollenes Gewebe mit Maschen von gewöhnlich sechseckiger Form (s. Abbildung).… …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • Bobbinet — Bob bi*net , n. [Bobbin + net.] A kind of cotton lace which is wrought by machines, and not by hand. [Sometimes written {bobbin net}.] [1913 Webster] The English machine made net is now confined to point net, warp net, and bobbin net, so called… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Bobbinet — (Spuhlnetz, von bobbin u. net), maschenartiges Gewebe von Linnen oder Baumwolle, in der Form von geklöpelten Spitzen, durch eine Maschine verfertigt, welche ihren Ursprung dem bereits 1589 erfundenen Strumpfwirkerstuhl verdankt, aber erst 1809… …   Herders Conversations-Lexikon

  • bobbinet — 1819, from BOBBIN (Cf. bobbin) + NET (Cf. net) …   Etymology dictionary

  • bobbinet — [bäb΄ə net′, bäb′ə net΄] n. [< BOBBIN + NET1] a machine made netted fabric of hexagonal mesh …   English World dictionary

  • bobbinet — n. machine made cotton net (imitating lace made with bobbins on a pillow). Etymology: BOBBIN + NET(1) * * * bobbinet var. of bobbin net …   Useful english dictionary

  • bobbinet — /bob euh net /, n. a net of hexagonal mesh, made on a lace machine. [1805 15; BOBBI(N) + NET1] * * * …   Universalium

  • bobbinet — noun A net fabric, with hexagonal mesh, woven by machine …   Wiktionary

  • bobbinet — n. cotton lace which is wrought by machines …   English contemporary dictionary

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