Pirn

A pirn is a rod onto which weft thread is wound for use in weaving. Unlike a bobbin, it is fixed in place, and the thread is delivered off the end of the pirn rather than from the center. A typical pirn is made of wood or plastic and is slightly tapered for most of its length, flaring out more sharply at the base, which fits over a pin in the shut...
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Pirn

• (n.) A quill or reed on which thread or yarn is wound; a bobbin; also, the wound yarn on a weaver`s shuttle; also, the reel of a fishing rod.
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Pirn

Pirn noun [ Etymol. uncertain.] A quill or reed on which thread or yarn is wound; a bobbin; also, the wound yarn on a weaver's shuttle; also, the reel of a fishing rod. [ Scot.]
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Pirn

A type of cop holding the yarn.
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Pirn

Type of yarn package designed for the shuttles of automatic looms.
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