Induction coil. (Elec.) See under Induction.Ruhmkorff's coil(Elec.), an induction coil, sometimes so called from Ruhmkorff a prominent manufacturer of the apparatus.

(Coil), n. [Of Celtic origin; cf. Gael. goil fume, rage.] A noise, tumult, bustle, or confusion. [Obs.] Shak.

2. To encircle and hold with, or as with, coils. [Obs. or R.] T. Edwards.

(Coil), v. i. To wind itself cylindrically or spirally; to form a coil; to wind; — often with about or around.

You can see his flery serpents . . .
Coiting, playing in the water.

(Coil), n.

1. A ring, series of rings, or spiral, into which a rope, or other like thing, is wound.

The wild grapevines that twisted their coils from trec to tree.
W. Irving.

2. Fig.: Entanglement; toil; mesh; perplexity.

3. A series of connected pipes in rows or layers, as in a steam heating apparatus.

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