[ahy-lit] /ˈaɪ lɪt/
a small hole, usually round and finished along the edge, as in cloth or leather for the passage of a lace or cord or as in embroidery for ornamental effect.
a lightweight fabric pierced by small holes finished with stitching and often laid out in flowerlike designs.
a metal ring for lining a small hole; grommet.
an eyehole in a wall, mask, etc.
Also, oillet, oyelet, oylet. (in medieval architecture) a small aperture in a wall used as a window or loophole.
a small .
verb (used with object), eyeleted or eyeletted, eyeleting or eyeletting.
to make an eyelet in.
to insert metal eyelets in.
a small hole for a lace or cord to be passed through or for a hook to be inserted into
a small metal ring or tube with flared ends bent back, reinforcing an eyehole in fabric
a chink or small opening, such as a peephole in a wall
fabric decorated with such work produced by machine
a small eye or eyelike marking
(transitive) to supply with an eyelet or eyelets
“small hole,” late 14c., oilet, from Middle French oeillet, diminutive of oeil “eye,” from Latin oculus (see eye (n.)). Spelling influenced by eye.
[ahy-li-teer] /ˌaɪ lɪˈtɪər/ noun 1. a small, pointed instrument for making holes. /ˌaɪlɪˈtɪə/ noun 1. a small bodkin or other pointed tool for making eyelet holes
/ˈaɪˌlɛvəl/ adjective 1. level with a person’s eyes when looking straight ahead: an eyelevel grill
[ahy-lid] /ˈaɪˌlɪd/ noun 1. the movable of skin that serves to cover and uncover the eyeball. /ˈaɪˌlɪd/ noun 1. either of the two muscular folds of skin that can be moved to cover the exposed portion of the eyeball related adjective palpebral 2. (aeronautics) Also called clamshell. a set of movable parts at the rear […]
[ahy-lift] /ˈaɪˌlɪft/ noun 1. cosmetic blepharoplasty. eyelift eye·lift (ī’lĭft’) n. Cosmetic plastic surgery of the tissue surrounding the eye to reduce or eliminate folds, wrinkles, and sags.