from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. Present participle of card.
- n. A piece of wool rolled by a carder (carding machine).
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. The act or process of preparing staple for spinning, etc., by carding it. See the Note under card, v. t.
- adj. A roll of wool or other fiber as it comes from the carding machine.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Card-playing.
- n. The process of combing wool, flax, or cotton.
- n. A loose roll of cotton or wool as it comes from a carding-machine: chiefly in the plural.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Jolda feeds raw wool, newly sheared off a sheep, into what she calls her carding contraption.
So-called carding websites are providing criminals with online forums to buy and sell stolen identification and financial information.
The wool of commerce is divided into three great classes: (1) Short wool or clothing wool (also called carding wool), seldom exceeding a length of two to four inches; (2) long wool or combing wool, varying from four to ten inches; (3) carpet and knitting wools, which are long, strong, and very coarse.
While it's not uncommon for cybercriminals to try to cheat each other, login data associated with online services from Facebook to Internet banks is regularly bought and sold on Web forums known as carding sites.
Recently, so-called "carding" websites have proliferated.
( Return to story ) TheGrifters was a members-only "carding" site that Thomas launched in December 2003, eight months after beginning his work for the FBI.
In regards to "carding" as my son calls it, at present, my skills are pretty basic.
STRANGER: And besides these there are a great many more, such as carding, spinning, adjusting the warp and the woof; and thousands of similar expressions are used in the arts.
Stolen credit card numbers, being riskier and more valuable, were less often publicly posted on boards -- but there is no question that some underground boards carried "carding" traffic, generally exchanged through private mail.
You probably have heard the word 'carding' before, but not in the way someone within the underground have or have experienced.