Associations to the word «Terry»
TERRY, noun. A type of coarse cotton fabric covered in many small raised loops that is used to make towels, bathrobes and some types of nappy/diaper.
TERRY, proper noun. A patronymic surname from the medieval Norman given name Thierry, a cognate of the English Derek.
TERRY, proper noun. A male given name transferred back from the surname, or a diminutive of Terence or of any of its alternative forms.
TERRY, proper noun. A female given name, diminutive of Teresa or any of its alternative forms.
TERRY, proper noun. Any of several towns in the United States.
TERRY CLOTH, noun. An absorbent cotton fabric typically used for towels and bathrobes; toweling.
TERRY, noun. English actress (1847-1928).
TERRY, noun. A pile fabric (usually cotton) with uncut loops on both sides; used to make bath towels and bath robes.
Men govern nothing with more difficulty than their tongues, and can moderate their desires more than their words.