MEANING: noun: The threads that run across the width of a woven fabric and are interlaced through the warp (threads that run lengthwise).

ETYMOLOGY: From Old English wefta (weft). Ultimately from the Indo-European root webh- (to weave; to move quickly), which also gave us weave, webster, waffle, wave, waver, and wobble. Earliest documented use: 725.

WEET - what bred is made from

WET - what it used to be made from

WEPT - what they did to the crumbs on the floor after the bred was all et