Definitions for WOOFwʊf, wuf
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Random House Webster's College Dictionary
Ref: filling (def. 4). 5
Origin of woof:
bef. 900; ME oof, owf, OE ōwef, āwef (cf. gewef) <ō-, ā-a -3+wef (akin to web ); modern w- from weft , warp , weave , etc.
the bark of a dog, esp. when low-pitched.
(v.i.)to make this sound.
woof, weft, filling, pick(noun)
the yarn woven across the warp yarn in weaving
Kernerman English Learner's Dictionary
the sound made by a dog
with a woof and a wag of the tail
the threads that cross the warp in a woven fabric; the weft; the filling; the thread usually carried by the shuttle in weaving
texture; cloth; as, a pall of softest woof
Woof! is a British children's television series produced by Central Independent Television about the adventures of a boy who shapeshifts into a dog. It was based on the book by Allan Ahlberg. It was directed by David Cobham. It was written by Richard Fegen and Andrew Norriss.
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