Etymology
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weft (n.)

"threads which run across the web from side to side," Old English weft, wefta "weft," related to wefan "to weave," from Proto-Germanic *weftaz (see weave (v.)).

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Definitions of weft

weft (n.)
the yarn woven across the warp yarn in weaving;
Synonyms: woof / filling / pick
From wordnet.princeton.edu