(Noun) dated, often offensive : A Black person of light complexion.
(Noun) A procedure, action, or occasion only vaguely specified.
(Noun) A word coined by Gwendolyn Brooks, a variation on "dinnerware" that describes old, worn out, and/or damaged plates.
(Noun) eating and serving utensils (such as knives, forks, and spoons)
(Noun) A sudden, sharp stab of pain; a moral or emotional pang.
(Noun) A written acknowledgment of having received goods or money.
(Noun) An ornamental border consisting of short straight or twisted threads or strips hanging from cut or raveled edges or from a separate band.