1) A fabric which is considered to take its name from the Belgian town of Doornik.
It was imported into Hull in the fifteenth century and used initially for bed canopies: 1463 8 peces dornyk ... 6 peces braband cloth, Hull
1527 one covering to a bed, on sperver of dornyx, Whitkirk
1568 Item an olde sparver of Donex, not Serviceable, Healaugh
1621 2 dornex carpet cloathes, South Cave.