noun tum·mer \ˈtəmə(r)\

Definition of tummer



  1. :  a small drum similar to the doffer for transferring the cotton from the first to the second cylinder in the double carding process of cotton manufacture

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Origin and Etymology of tummer

1tum + -er

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