Definition of handwarp in English:

handwarp

noun

rare, historical
  • = handywarp.

Origin

Mid 16th century; earliest use found in Acts of Parliament. Probably from Handwarp (also Handwerp), 16th-cent. English and Older Scots variant of the name of Antwerp, through the port of which city the fabric was chiefly imported to continental Europe.

Pronunciation

handwarp

/ˈhandwɔːp/