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Definition of Looms

Loom
Loom Loom, n. (Zo["o]l.) See Loon, the bird.
Loom
Loom Loom, n. [OE. lome, AS. gel?ma utensil, implement.] 1. A frame or machine of wood or other material, in which a weaver forms cloth out of thread; a machine for interweaving yarn or threads into a fabric, as in knitting or lace making. Hector, when he sees Andromache overwhelmed with terror, sends her for consolation to the loom and the distaff. --Rambler. 2. (Naut.) That part of an oar which is near the grip or handle and inboard from the rowlock. --Totten.
Loom
Loom Loom, n. The state of looming; esp., an unnatural and indistinct appearance of elevation or enlargement of anything, as of land or of a ship, seen by one at sea.

Meaning of Looms from wikipedia

- b****e-lisse looms, however, the warp extends horizontally between the two rolls. Several other types of hand looms exist, including the simple frame loom, pit...
- Laura Elizabeth Loomer (born May 21, 1993) is an American political activist, conspiracy theorist, and internet personality known for her far-right politics...
- repertory theatre company Looms, fictional machines in the expanded universe of the television series Doctor Who; see Other Loom (band), an English rock...
- shuttleless looms. Originally, power looms used a shuttle to throw the weft across, but in 1927 the faster and more efficient shuttleless loom came into...
- Fruit of the Loom is an American company that manufactures clothing, particularly underwear and sports equipment. The company's world headquarters is in...
- becomes increasingly larger on the perceiver's retina, i.e., when an object looms, there is an automatic physiological response to perceive the object as...
- The Looming Tower: Al-Qaeda and the Road to 9/11 is a 2006 non-fiction book by Lawrence Wright, a journalist for The New Yorker. Wright examines the origins...
- Jacquard weaving. Jacquard-driven looms, although relatively common in the textile industry, are not as ubiquitous as dobby looms which are usually faster and...
- Rainbow Loom is a plastic tool used to weave colorful rubber and plastic bands (called loom bands) into decorative items such as bracelets and charms...
- with his feet in a pit below a fairly low-slung loom". In 700 CE, horizontal looms and vertical looms could be found in many parts of Asia, Africa and...
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