or tre·nail, trun·nel
Examples from the Web for treenail
When we found that no one was inside we told Captain Treenail of the man we had seen climbing up the cliff.Captain Mugford|W.H.G. Kingston
In wild countries any tough straight-grained wood may be selected for treenail making.
True enough, Treenail; so the sooner we make a dash through the opening the better.
A treenail driven in here and there serves to keep all in place by nipping the cross poles tightly.
Treenail was coolness itself, and I aped him as well as I could.