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A loom is a device used to weave cloth.
Loom may also refer to:
- Loom, West Virginia
- A wiring loom (cable harness), an electrical cable assembly or harness
- LOOM (ontology)
- A variant spelling of loon, especially for the Guillemot and the Red-throated Diver
- The shaft of an oar usually made of ash or spruce that rests in the rowlock and stretches between the handle and the blade.
- The penis, this term was used between 1400- 1600 according to Etymology Online as at that time loom, derived from O.E. ge-loma, referred to tools and utensils of any kind. See also:- heirloom
In culture and entertainment:
- Loom (video game), a graphical adventure game
- Light Opera of Manhattan
- In the expanded universe of the British science fiction television series Doctor Who, Looms are machines which synthesise genetic material to create Time Lords; see Other (Doctor Who) for more information.
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