dobby


dob·by

noun \ˈdä-bē\
plural dobbies

Definition of DOBBY

1
:  a loom attachment for weaving small figures
2
:  a fabric or figured weave made with a dobby

Origin of DOBBY

perhaps from Dobby, nickname for Robert
First Known Use: 1878

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