sennit

noun
sen·​nit | \ ˈse-nət How to pronounce sennit (audio) \

Definition of sennit

1 : a braided cord or fabric (as of plaited rope yarns)
2 : a straw or grass braid for hats

First Known Use of sennit

circa 1769, in the meaning defined at sense 1

History and Etymology for sennit

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The first known use of sennit was circa 1769

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