Etymology
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woof (n.1)

"weft, texture, fabric," Old English owef, from o- "on" + wefan "to weave" (see weave). With unetymological w- by influence of warp or weft.

woof (n.2)

dog bark noise, 1804, echoic.

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Definitions of woof

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