noun, plural le·nos.
- Also called leno weave, gauze weave. a weave structure in which paired warp yarns are intertwined in a series of figure eights and filling yarn is passed through each of the interstices so formed, producing a firm, open mesh.
- any fabric in this weave.
- made in leno weave.
noun plural -nos
- (in textiles) a weave in which the warp yarns are twisted together in pairs between the weft or filling yarns
- a fabric of this weave
- Dan, original name George Galvin. 1860–1904, British music-hall entertainer, noted esp for his pantomime performances: he died insane