coulier

noun
cou·​lier | \ˈkülyə(r)\
plural -s

Definition of coulier 

: the cam motion that controls delivery of yarn over needles on a full-fashioned knitting machine

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History and Etymology for coulier

probably from French coulière, literally, sliding, gliding, from couler to slide, glide, flow

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