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Distaff and spindle

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by Mary Ashley Townsend

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Published by J.B. Lippincott company in Philadelphia, London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Mary Ashley Townsend.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPS3089.T6 A65 1895
The Physical Object
Pagination3 p. l., lxix p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6552898M
LC Control Number12039516
OCLC/WorldCa5767235


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DISTAFF dĭs’ tăf (כִּישׁﯴר, H) KJV SPINDLE.A stick used to hold flax or wool fibers during the process of spinning ().One of the virtues of a noble woman is that “She puts her hands to the distaff, and her hands hold the spindle” ().

Spindle and distaff are reversed in the KJV. Distaff&Spindle is all about hand made products, hand-ups not hand-outs, and building community. Visit our About page to find out more about us. Our website is still under construction.

"We" are actually, mostly, a solo-run enterprise, one who is never slow to accept the strengths and talents of others to move forward so we can. When ‘Distaff Distaff and spindle book is put into an Amazon search there’s a plethora of results: A book on women in Homer’s Odessey, a cookbook authored by women in the Atlanta Braves organization, among others, and the book ‘Wooing, Wedding, and Power: Women in Shakespeare’s Plays’ is reviewed as ‘Shakespeare’s distaff side’.

A distaff is a tool used to spin fibers into flax or wool. The oldest type of distaff was held under one arm as the spinner slowly unwound fibers from it and onto a spindle in the opposite hand.

distaff meaning: 1. involving women; female: 2. female members of a family; especially used to talk about people. Learn more.

Verse - YODH. She layeth her hands to the spindle. כִּישׁור.(kishor, a word not occurring elsewhere) is probably not the spindle, but the distaff, i.e. Distaff and spindle book the staff to which is tied the bunch of flax from which the spinning wheel draws the this she applies her hand; she deftly performs the work of spinning her flax into thread.

Distaff. distaff – noun 1) a stick or spindle onto which wool or flax is wound for spinning. 2) of or concerning women. Most of what we know about Saint Distaff’s Day comes from a poem called “Saint Distaff’s Day, or the Morrow After Twelfth Day,” by Robert Herrick from his book Hesperides.

Norman Kennedy spins flax with a distaff tucked in his belt and a spindle held in his : Anne Merrow. The book is dark and devastating and also funny and sweet in places. For nonfiction, I also read “Feminism is for Everybody” by bell hooks, the pen name of the feminist professor and activist Gloria Jean Watkins.

The book is an approachable primer on what feminism is – and isn’t. A distaff is a rod that holds the material to be spun, either by spinning wheel or spindle, and was in use from ancient Egyptian times until the 19 th century Industrial Revolution.

The word “distaff” is still sometimes used for the maternal line or side of a family, given that using a distaff was largely (but not exclusively) women’s work.

As nouns the difference between distaff and spindle is that distaff is a device to which a bundle of natural fibres (often wool, flax, or cotton) are attached for temporary storage, before being drawn off gradually to spin thread a traditional distaff is a staff with flax fibres tied loosely to it (see etymology), but modern distaffs are often made of cords weighted with beads, and attached to.

Define distaff. distaff synonyms, distaff pronunciation, distaff translation, English dictionary definition of distaff. A staff that holds on its cleft end the unspun flax, wool, or tow from which thread is drawn in spinning by hand.

spinning wheel - a small domestic spinning machine with a single spindle that is driven by hand. The distaff is the staff for holding the bunch of flax or wool from which the thread is drawn when spinning. “I saw a woman sitting at the door of her hut on Zion spinning woollen yarn with a spindle, while another near her was twirling nimbly the ancient distaff.” — Land and Book.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Townsend, Mary Ashley, Distaff and spindle. Philadelphia, London, J.B. Lippincott company, Distaff Day, also called Roc Day or Rock Day, [better source needed] is 7 January, the day after the feast of the is also known as Saint Distaff's Day, one of the many unofficial holidays in Catholic nations.

The distaff, or roc, used in spinning was the medieval symbol of women's work. In many European cultural traditions, women resumed their household work Date: 7 January. Other articles where The Distaff is discussed: Erinna: known in antiquity for “The Distaff,” a hexameter poem of lament for a friend, written in the local Dorian dialect.

Surviving fragments of her work include three epigrams. She is said to have died at the age of Distaff, n. a stick or spindle onto which wool or flax is wound for spinning. I have been spinning for many, many years.

Holding the fiber supply in the hand can cause several issues: heat and moisture from the hand can cause the fiber to felt. Book Accessories Children's Books Art & Photography Books Did you scroll all this way to get facts about distaff and spindle.

Well you're in luck, because here they come. There are distaff and spindle for sale on Etsy, and they cost $ on average. ‘Thelma and Louise’ was a distaff buddy movie with a strong feminist agenda. Word Origin Old English distæf: the first element is apparently related to Middle Low German dise, disene ‘distaff, bunch of flax’; the second is staff.

The sense ‘concerning women’ arose because spinning was traditionally done by women. Female Characters play various roles in the Odyssey: patron goddess (Athena), seductress (Kirke, the Sirens, Nausikaa), carnivorous monster (Skylla), maid servant (Eurykleia), and faithful wife (Penelope).

Adopting an interdisciplinary approach, this study examines these different female representations and their significance within the context of the poem and Greek culture.

Clarke's Commentary on the Bible. She layeth her hands to the spindle - She gives an example of skill and industry to her household. She takes the distaff, that on which the wool or flax was rolled; and the spindle, that by twisting of which she twisted the thread with the right hand, while she held the distaff in the guard of the left arm, and drew down the thread with the.

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Define distaff side. distaff side synonyms, distaff side pronunciation, distaff side translation, English dictionary definition of distaff side. n the female side or branch of a family. spear side - The female side of a family is the distaff side—the distaff being a stick used for holding yarn when spinning; the male side is the spear.

Clarke's Notes on the Bible. She layeth her hands to the spindle - She gives an example of skill and industry to her household. She takes the distaff, that on which the wool or flax was rolled; and the spindle, that by twisting of which she twisted the thread with the right hand, while she held the distaff in the guard of the left arm, and drew down the thread with the fingers of the left.

Prairie Rose EMC, Landmark, Manitoba. likes 19 were here. Prairie Rose exists to exalt Jesus as Lord, to encourage and equip His people and Followers: St. Distaff’s Day was a day for mischief: yes, the women were trying to get back to their spinning, but the men were still underfoot in the house.

Their job on St. Distaff’s Day was a mischievous one, with the goal usually being to set fire to the flax the women were spinning. the fibers, and attaching them to the spindle. Now comes the balancing act. The spinning of a yarn this way isn’t a continuous process, but sort of a nonstop multistep process.

The spindle is put in motion (remember the disk at the center) while hanging from the twist or yarn. As fiber is pulled (drawn) from the distaff, the spin. Distaff is a noun and adjective that refers to the mother’s line of descent within a family. But that is the most recent use of the word.

The earliest use of distaff in English refers to a spinning implement. The distaff in spinning is a long stick, sometimes forked, around which flax is wound and held in preparation for spinning it.

Flax is an incredibly long fiber, and having it stored on. Proverbs | View whole chapter | See verse in context She layeth her hands to the spindle, and her hands hold the distaff. Distaff, Device used in hand spinning in which individual fibres are drawn out of a mass of prepared fibres held on a stick (the distaff), twisted together to form a continuous strand, and wound on a second stick (the spindle).It is most often used for making linen; wool does not require a distaff (see carding).The first stage in mechanizing spinning was to mount the spindle.

Distaff, in this context, is defined as "the female branch of the family": distaff. noun. 1a stick or spindle on to which wool or flax is wound for spinning. 2 [as modifier] of or concerning women: marriage is still the passport to distaff power.

Phrases. the distaff side. the female side of a family: the family title could be passed down. Distaff and spindle; sonnets Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item.

Follow the "All Files: HTTP" link in the "View the book" box to the left to find XML files that contain more metadata about the original images and the derived formats (OCR results, PDF etc.). Understand the meaning of Proverbs using all available Bible versions and commentary.

"In her hand she holds the distaff and grasps the spindle with her fingers.". Book digitized by Google from the library of the New York Public Library and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. The Spindle and Distaff of the Templar Shroud. We talked to five elderly women in the weaving room, and they concluded the needle was a spindle.

I found myself in a living Fairy Tale, and Templar Legend. and wrote a book ‘Confessionals’ that he signed with the image of a rose, that is the same rose the Royal Family of Holland wear.

“Distaff Day, also called Rock Day, is 7 January, the day after the feast of the Epiphany. It is also known as Saint Distaff’s Day, one of the many unofficial holidays in Catholic nations.

The distaff, or rock, used in spinning was the medieval symbol of women’s work. In many European cultural traditions, women resumed their household work after the twelve days of .