goffer, v. & n.
1 make wavy, flute, or crimp (a lace edge, a trimming, etc.) with heated irons.
2 (as goffered adj.) (of the edges of a book) embossed.
1 an iron used for goffering.
2 ornamental plaiting used for frills etc.
F gaufrer stamp with a patterned tool f. gaufre honeycomb, rel. to WAFER, WAFFLE(2)
aqueduct, canal, canalization, canalize, carve, chamfer, channel, chisel, corrugate, crack, crimp, cut, dado, dike, ditch, engrave, entrenchment, flute, fosse, furrow, gash, gouge, groove, gully, gutter, ha-ha, incise, kennel, moat, pleat, plow, rabbet, rifle, rut, score, scratch, slit, streak, striate, sunk fence, trench, trough, wrinkle