Thursday, January 18, 2007

Pillows


pil·low (pĭl’ō) n.

1. A cloth case, stuffed with something soft, such as down, feathers, or foam rubber, used to cushion the head, especially during sleep.

2. A decorative cushion.

3. The pad on which bobbin lace is made.

v. pil·lowed, pil·low·ing, pil·lows

v. tr.

1. To rest (one’s head) on or as if on a pillow.

2. To serve as a pillow for: Grass pillowed my head.

v. intr.

1. To rest on or as if on a pillow.

2. To assume the shape of a pillow.

[Middle English, from Old English pyle, from West Germanic *pulwī, from Latin pulvīnus.]

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