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weave Wiktionary.
Etymology 1 edit. From Middle English weven to weave, from Old English wefan to weave, from Proto-West Germanic weban, from Proto-Germanic weban, from Proto-Indo-European web to weave, braid. Cognate with Saterland Frisian weeuwe, West Frisian weve, Dutch weven, German weben, Danish væve, Swedish väva, Norwegian Nynorsk veva, Icelandic vefa.
GitHub weaveworks/weave: Simple, resilient multi-host containers networking and more.
Weave Cloud is built using these Open Source projects: Weave Scope, a powerful container visualization tool that automatically maps Docker containers and their interactions, Weave Cortex, a horizontally-scalable version of Prometheus, and Weave Flux, a continuous deployment tool that works with Kubernetes.
Weave Wikipedia.
Weave Magazine, an American literary magazine based in Pittsburgh. Big Daddy Weave, a contemporary Christian band composed of Mike Weaver lead singer, Jay Weaver, Jeremy Redmon, Joe Shirk, and Brian Beihl. Weave and Spin, the first album by folk trio Lady Maisery.
Weave Definition of Weave by Merriam-Webster.
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WEAVE meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary.
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Urban Dictionary: weave.
by twintron4 December 26, 2005. Get a weave mug for your cat Manley. A weave is added hair to one's' own hair. It is generally sewn or glued in. A weave may consist of synthetic, human, or Indian Hair extensions.

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