[sen-uh] /ˈsɛn ə/
a hand-tied knot, used in rug weaving, in which the ends of yarn looped around a warp thread appear at each of the interstices between adjacent threads and produce a compact and relatively even pile effect.
noun 1. the young lamb of the Karakul sheep. 2. the lustrous, tightly curled fur of this animal, used to make coats and hats and as a trimming on various kinds of apparel and accessories. noun 1. a black loosely curled fur obtained from the skin of the karakul lamb 2. a karakul lamb
noun 1. an Asian lilac, Syringa persica, having pale reddish-purple flowers.
noun 1. a round variety of muskmelon having a green, reticulate, unribbed rind and orange flesh. 2. the plant bearing this fruit. noun 1. another name for winter melon
noun 1. . noun 1. a handwoven carpet or rug produced in Iran and characterized by fine warp and filling yarns, a usually tight, even pile made with the Sehna knot, and a variety of floral, foliate, animal, and avian designs woven in rich, harmonious colors. noun 1. a carpet or rug made in Persia […]