A piece of gunny.
gunny definition by Webster's New World
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noun pl. gunnies
- a coarse, heavy fabric of jute or hemp, used for sacks
Origin: Hindi gōnī, gunny bag ; from Sanskrit a sack
gunny definition by American Heritage Dictionary
A coarse heavy fabric made of jute or hemp, used especially for bags or sacks. See Regional Note at gunnysack.
Origin: Hindi goṇī, from Sanskrit, sack, probably feminine of Pali goṇa-, ox; see gwou- in Indo-European roots.