bobbinet

noun
bob·bi·net | \ˈbä-bə-ˌnet \

Definition of bobbinet 

: a machine-made net of cotton, silk, or nylon usually with hexagonal mesh

First Known Use of bobbinet

1814, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for bobbinet

blend of bobbin and net

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