The fold at the end of a sleeve; the part of a sleeve turned back from the hand.
Any ornamental appendage at the wrist, whether attached to the sleeve of the garment or separate; especially, in modern times, such an appendage of starched linen, or a substitute for it of paper, or the like.
The part of the gauntlet defending the wrist, flared widely during the 14th century but becoming longer and more narrow during the 15th.
n. a sleeve mounted around a steering column to protect the column
hem of shirt sleeve or trousers.
the lap consisting of a turned-back hem encircling the end of the sleeve or leg
shackle that consists of a metal loop that can be locked around the wrist; usually used in pairs
a material extending beyond the palm of the hand to give extra protection of the wrist, forearm, etc
a wide, rigid bracelet that may take the form of a circlet with a hinged opening, or it may embrace only three quarters of the wrist, leaving an opening to allow it to be put on
the part of a garment that encircles the wrist, the finish at the end of a sleeve or the opening of a glove. Shirt or dress cuffs may be separate from or attached to the garment.
a fold or band at the bottom of a sleeve.
A turned-up hem, as found at the bottom of the leg on pants.
The cuff is the part of the glove extending beyond the palm that covers the wrist and part of the forearm.
for chronic implants, a silicone sleeve is used to stabilize a Transonic probe's CM4 connector that has been tunneled subcutaneously to the exit site. The cuff is then sutured to the skin.
a band that protects a buckaroo's shirt and wrists; often made of leather and brass.
Typically refers to the turned-up hem of a trouser or the separate sewn-on extension of the shirt sleeve.
The forearm crutch "sleeve" which wraps around the arm below the elbow. A cuff is referred to as either full or half.
A cuff is the lower edge of the sleeve of a garment covering the arms. In U.S. usage the word may also refer to the end of the leg of a pair of pants. Cuffs may be turned back, or a separate band of material may be sewn on or worn separately.