Definitions for **"Denier"**

Unit used to describe the yarn count; the lower the number, the finer the yarn. Accordingly, 560 Cordura material is made of stronger yarn than 420 Parapack.

A thread numbering system used primarily for continuous filament threads. The gram weight of 9,000 meters of thread. The lower the denier, the finer the thread.

(de-nyer) actually a weight measurement used to refer to fineness of a yarn. The lower the denier, the thinner and lighter the thread: we like the light weight and downproofness of a 20-denier fabric in some sleeping-bag. On the other hand, the 1000-denier Ballistics cloth is as sturdy as rope.

Measurement of fiber weight used to express the yield, or thickness, of a thread or yarn. Higher denier means larger fibers and stronger material; smaller denier means finer fibers and lesser yield. One denier = 1 gram per 9,000 meters (about 5 miles).

The weight in grams of 9.000meters of a given yarn (DPI â€“ Denier per inch)

A measure of weight of a reinforcing cord equal to grams per 9000 meters

Denier is a unit of weight used to measure the fineness of silk and man-made fibers, especially when woven into women's tights. -The example shown is a Beautycode Slimming & Firming 15 denier pantyhose..

A term describing the weight of yarn (not cotton or spun rayon) which in turn determines its physical size.

A unit of measurement to describe the strength of a material (like nylon). The higher the denier, the more durable the fabric will be.

A direct numbering system for expressing linear density, equal to the mass in grams per 9000m of yarn, filament, fiber, or other textile strand. Density: This is defined as the weight of a material per unit volume. Units - pounds per cubic inch (lb/cu in) grams/cubic centimeter. Higher numbers indicate heavier materials. Note: Density in lbs/cu in, and Specific Gravity are conveniently related by the following ratio: Density (lb/cu in) Density (gr/cu cm) -------------------- = 0.0361 -------------------- = 0.9975 Specific Gravity Specific Gravity

The weight in grams of 9.000 metres of a given yarn.

In reference to yarn size, the lower the denier, the smaller the yarn size; the higher the denier, the larger the yarn size.

At the time a coin of alloyed silver and copper weighing 10 to 14 Troy grains ( OED). There were 12 deniers in a sol, and 20 sols in a livre. As a small weight the Paris denier was 1/384 of a pound (1.275 grams) (Zupko). When it appears to be used for larger weights or volumes, the meaning is unknown. It may refer to the amount of a particular ingredient that could be purchased for one denier (see the French Glossary under denree). At the prices mentioned in Power and Aliquot, a denier's worth of ginger would be about a quarter of a Paris ounce. The rarer spices (six different ones) were between 5 and 10 times as expensive as ginger. If this applied to turmeric, a denier's worth would be about 1/20 to 1/40 of a Paris ounce. Similarly, a denier's worth of wine would be about half a Paris pint.

A denier is a unit of weight used to measure the fineness of silk and man-made fibers, especially when woven into women's tights. · ecollete A bra style with a very low-cut front panel to create a dramatic cleavage-enhancing look. · emi Bra A demi cup (or demi) style bra means a contoured underwire design with a large portion of the upper half of the cup being cut away to expose the upper part of the breasts. The shoulder straps are also set farther apart (wide-set). These types of bras are worn when the top of a garment is cut low, wide or square. Men find this style of bra very attractive on women. Can also be called a balconette or a shelf bra.

The weight in milligrams of 450 meters of fiber. Within fibres of the same specific gravity, denier can indicate fiber size. For example: a 12 denier round polyester fibre is 0,001328 in. (36 microns) in diameter.

a measure of the weight of a fibre, filament or yarn. The smaller the denier, the lighter the thread, the finer the weave.

The unit of linear density equal to the mass in grams per 9000m of fiber, yarn, or other textile strand.

A system used to measure the size of yarns and fibers. A Denier number indicates the weight in grams of 9,000 meters of yarn. For example, if 9,000 meters of a yarn weigh 15 grams, it is a 15-denier yarn. The lower the denier number, the finer the fabric.

The weight measurement of filament yarns and fibers. The low numbers represent the finer sizes and the higher numbers, the heavier yarns.

a unit of measurement for the fineness of silk or nylon or rayon; "with an evening dress one wears 10 denier stockings"

a unit of measure that indicates the thickness of nylon yarn

a unit of weight for measuring fineness of threads of silk, rayon, nylon and other new microfibers that are used to make hosiery

A unit or fineness for rayon, nylon, and silk fibers, based on a standard mass per length.

A numbering system in which low numbers represent fine yarn sizes and high numbers represent coarser, heavier sizes. Usually seen in reference to nylon.

A unit of fineness for yarn equal to the fineness of a yarn weighing one gram for each 9000 meters (100-denier yarn is finer than 150-denier yarn).

A measurement of the diameter of the yarn.

Refers to the diameter of the fiber. Also known as decitex in Europe. Denier is defined as the weight in grams of a single filament 9000 meters long.

A unit of weight of a yarn, 9,000 meters weighing one gram is one denier, or 15 denier yarn weighs 15 grams per 9,000 meters (0.529 ounces per 29,520 feet or 5.59 miles).

The weight of yarn in grams per 9,000 meters

A fiber of yarn numbering system used to measure the size of the carpet yarn, the diameter of the individual fiber or yarn filament related to its weight. Technically, it is the weight in grams of 9,000 meters of fiber or yarn. The higher the denier, the larger the size of the filament or yarn bundle.

A term used in the textile industry to designate the weight per unit length of a filament.

a unit of weight for measuring the fitness of threads of silk, rayon, nylon, etc., equal to .05 gram per 450 meters.

The mass in grams of 9000 meters of fiber or yarn. A direct yarn numbering system used to define size of fiber or yarn. The higher the number, the coarser (larger) the yarn.

A measure of linear density; the weight in grams of 9,000 metres of yarn.

A system of measuring the weight of a continuous filament fiber. In the United States, this measurement is used to number all manufactured fibers (both filament and staple), and silk, but excluding glass fiber. The lower the number, the finer the fiber; the higher the number, the heavier the fiber. Numerically, a denier is the equivalent to the weight in grams of 9,000 meters of continuous filament fiber.

Measurement of linear density (mass in grams of 9000 meters of the measured yarn or fiber). Large fibers or yarns have high deniers, thin yarns have low deniers.

a unit by which the weight of a fibre is measured: the lower the number, the finer the fibre; the higher the number, the heavier the fibre. Specifically, a denier is the equivalent to the weight in grams of 9,000 meters of fibre.

A thread numbering system, mostly used for continuous filament threads, such as yarn. The higher the denier, the sturdier the thread; the lower the denier, the finer the thread.

A numbering system for yarn and filament in which yarn number is equal to weight in grams of 9000 meters of yarn.

The weight, in grams, of 9000 meters of a single fiber strand

A direct fixed length count system to determine the size of a filament yarn. Denier is the number of grams per 9000 metres of yarn. The word denier comes from denarius, a Roman coin dating from AD 14, having a diameter of 18mm and was the forerunner of the French denier coin. See count.

Refers to a sizing system used for continuous filaments. Denier is the gram weight of 9000 meters of sewing thread. Denier is 9 times the Tex Size. Common continuous filament polyester sizes are 55d, 70d, 90d, 110d, 125d, 140d, 230d and 250d. Common continuous filament nylon sizes are 70d, 100d, 140d, and 210d.

A unit of measure indicating the fineness of a fiber, filament or yarn.

A density of the weave in a nylon or polyester product

600 vertical threads and 600 horizontal threads that help make a garment more durable and stronger.

The lower the denier number the sheerer the garment. Stockings knitted with a higher denier tend to be less sheer but more durable.

A system for coding filament yarns and fibres, with low numbers representing finer sizes and higher numbers representing heavier yarns. Denier represents the weight in grams of 9000 meters of a fibre.

A term used to indicate the size or number of filament or yarn. The higher the number the heavier the yarn or fiber.

A weight per unit length measure of an linear material. Denier is a direct numbering system for which the low numbers represent the finer sizes and the higher numbers the coarser sizes.

Unit of weight indicating size of a fiber filament based on weight in grams of a standard strand of 9,000 meters. The higher the denier number, the heavier the yarn. Used in connection with silk, rayon, acetate, and most man â€“ made fibers.

Is to polyester as Singles is to cotton, however with Denier, the SMALLER the number of denier the THINNER the strand of polyester and the LARGER the number the THICKER the strand of polyester. (This is the OPPOSITE of singles.)

Weight measurement which refers to the fineness of a yarn. Typically, the lower the number, the finer the fiber; the higher the number, the heavier the fiber.

One of the standard units of measurement for fibers; particularly used for man-made fibers. It is the weight in grams of 9000 meters of any linear material.

A weight-per-unit-length measure of filament fibers or yarns. Denier is numerically equal to the weight in grams of 9,000 meters of fiber. Denier is a direct numbering system in which the lower numbers represent the finer sizes and the higher numbers the coarser sizes. In the U.S., the denier system is used for numberingfilament yarns and man-made fiber staple tow (but not spun yarns).

The measurement unit used to describe the thickness of the fiber in a garment. The lower the number the thinner the fabric.

weight of a man-made fibre or yarn, expressed as the weight in grams of 9,000 meters of the thread. The lower the number, the finer the thread.

A system of measuring the weight of a continuous filament fibre. The lower the number, the finer the fibre; the higher denier the more durable the fabric will be.

as used here, the diameter of the fiber used in a disposable filter medium.

A unit of weight used to indicate the fineness of silk, nylon, etc. The lower the denier, the finer the fabric.

Denier is the weight-per-unit-length of the yarn. (It is numerically equal to the weight, in grams, of 9,000 meters of yarn.) The lower the denier, the lighter and finer the yarn, and the sheerer the garment. Hose knit of higher denier yarns tend to be more durable. An average hair from the human head is about 50 denier. The lowest denier nylon ever produced for stockings was 6 denier which was exhibited at the Nylon Fair in London in 1956. ( See also illustrated vintage advert for Taylor Woods fully-fashioned stockings)

The relationship between cross sectional area and weight. Denier is numerically equal to the weight in grams of 9000 meters of individual fiber (i.e. 1 gram equals 1 denier). Most filtration grade Reemay use 4 denier fibers. These fibers are approximately 28 microns in diameter.

Unit of fineness for rayon, nylon and silk yarns that is based on a standard of 50 milligrams per 450 meters of yarn.

A unit of measure used for silk thread.

The weight (in grams) of 9000 meters of synthetic fiber in the form of continuous filament.

A unit of fineness for fibers based on a standard of 50 milligrams per 450 meters of fiber.

Related to the weight or fineness of the yarn which in turn relates to the sheerness of the hosiery. 20 Denier is standard, 15 denier is more sheer as in an Ultra Sheer.

A measure of the weight of a continuous fiber filament. It is the weight in grams of 9,000 meters of a given fiber. The lower the number, the finer the fiber. Higher denier, heavier fibers are generally more rugged and durable.

A unit of fineness of silk, rayon, or nylon yarn. Denier increases as the thickness of the fiber increases.

A unit of measure referring to the thickness of the fiber. The lower the number, the thinner the material.

The weight in grams of 9,000m of material.

the weight in grams of 9000 metres of yarn, usually applied only to monofilament and multifilament yarn.

a unit of measurement related to the thickness of a fabric fiber.

The weight in grams that 9,000 meters of a fiber weighs.

The mass in grams of 9000 metres of a fibre, filamnt, or yam (see tex system and Table, p.396).

System of yarn count used for man-made fibers: number of grams per 9,000 meters of yarn length. The lower the denier, the finer the yarn.

A small copper coin of insignificant value.

Silver coin of medieval europe.

any of various former European coins of different denominations

The denier is a coin that had currency in New France in the XVIIth century. The value of things was then calculated in deniers, in sols and in livres . There were twelve deniers to the sol and 20 sols to a livre. Other coins were used in the colony : the louis, the écu, the pistole and the guinea. In 1669, an old overcoat fetched 10 livres and you would have to spend up to 100 sols for a pair of shoes.

One who denies; as, a denier of a fact, or of the faith, or of Christ.