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フェルール、フェルール成形用型及びフェルール製造方法 - 特許庁
From Middle English verel, virel, virole (“ferrule; metal pivot on the end of an axle”), altered under the influence of Latin ferrum (“iron”), from Old French virole (“ferrule”), from Latin viriola (“little bracelet”), diminutive of viria (“bracelet worn by men”), from Gaulish, from Proto-Celtic *wēros (“crooked”) (compare Middle Irish fiar (“bent, crooked”), Welsh gŵyr, Breton gwar (“curved”)), from Proto-Indo-European *weyh₁ros (“threaded, turned, twisted”), from *weyh₁- (“to turn, twist, weave”).
- A band or cap (usually metal) placed around a shaft to reinforce it or to prevent splitting. [from early 17th c.]
- 1904, Baroness Emmuska Orczy, chapter 2, in The Ayrsham Mystery, volume XIII, London: C[yril] A[rthur] Pearson, OCLC 9342412, chapter II, page 261; republished as The Case of Miss Elliott, Kelly Bray, Cornwall: House of Stratus, Stratus Books, 2008, →ISBN, page 164:
- The cane was produced in court; it was as stout as an old-fashioned club, and of terrific weight. The man who wielded it must have been very powerful, for he had only dealt one blow, but that blow had cracked the old man's skull. The cane was undoubtedly of foreign make, for it had a solid silver ferrule at one end, which was not English hall-marked.
- 1934 October, George Orwell [pseudonym; Eric Arthur Blair], chapter 23, in Burmese Days (Project Gutenberg Australia; ebook no. 0200051h.html), New York, N.Y.: Harper & Brothers, Publishers, published November 2015, OCLC 1810828:
- A band holding parts of an object together.
- A bushing for securing a pipe joint.
- A metal sleeve placed inside a gutter at the top.
- 1969 September, Richard Day, “How to Install Gutters and Downspots”, in Robert P. Crossley, editor, The Hearst Corporation, ISSN 0032-4558, OCLC 868915883, page 169, column 2:
- Another method of attaching gutters is the spike-and-ferrule system. Position the gutter, then temporarily nail it to the fascia with 6d common nails at several places. Place the ferrule inside the gutter at bead height, lined up with the end of a rafter. Drive the spike through the gutter bead, ferrule and fascia board into the rafter.
- (billiards) The plastic band attaching the tip to the cue.
- (painting) The pinched metal band which holds the bristles of a paintbrush to the shaft.
- 2012, Susan Crabtree; Peter Beudert, “The Painting Tools of Scenic Artistry”, in Scenic Art for the Theatre, 3rd edition, Waltham, Mass.; Kidlington, Oxfordshire: Focal Press, →ISBN, part 2 (The Tools of the Trade), page 132:
- The ferrule is the part of the brush that connects the bristles to the handle. The type of ferrule often dictates the name of the brush, such as a 3-inch flat-ferrule or an oval-ferrule sash. […] The ferrule is attached to the handle with small nails (brads) or by crimping the ferrule around the handle.
- (transitive) To equip with a ferrule.
- [1866, Ann S[ophia] Stephens, “The Sailor and His Two Companions”, in The Gold Brick, Philadelphia, Pa.: T. B. Peterson and Brothers, […], OCLC 645121453, page 203:
- 1892 November, “Ships”, in Journal of the American Society of Naval Engineers, volume IV, number 4, Washington, D.C.: R. Beresford, printer, OCLC 780166707, page 837:
- The return of the Thunderer from her protracted steam trial to Madeira has removed all doubt with regard to the efficacy of the new patent ferrule, as applied to boiler tubes. […] In fact, the highly successful results of the trial will, no doubt, lead to the universal practice of ferruling the boiler tubes in all our war vessels fitted with forced draft.
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