trabeate
adjective see trabeated

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • trabeate — tra·be·ate …   English syllables

  • trabeate — adjective not arcuate; having straight horizontal beams or lintels (rather than arches) • Syn: ↑trabeated • Similar to: ↑straight • Topics: ↑architecture …   Useful english dictionary

  • trabeate(d) —   a. constructed of horizontal beams.    ♦ trabeation, a …   Dictionary of difficult words

  • Ecclesiastical Architecture — • All ecclesiastical architecture may be said to have been evolved from two distinct germ cells, the oblong and the circular chamber Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Ecclesiastical Architecture     Ecclesiastic …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • trabeated — also trabeate adjective Etymology: Latin trabs, trabes beam more at thorp Date: 1843 designed or constructioncted with horizontal beams or lintels • trabeation noun …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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  • trabeated — trabeation, n. /tray bee ay tid/, adj. Archit. 1. constructed with a beam or on the principle of a beam, as an entablature or flat ceiling. 2. denoting a form of architecture or system of construction employing beams or lintels exclusively. Also …   Universalium

  • trabeated — /ˈtreɪbieɪtəd/ (say traybeeaytuhd) adjective Architecture 1. constructed with horizontal beams, as a flat, unvaulted ceiling, or with a lintel or entablature, as an unarched doorway. 2. relating to such construction, as distinct from the vaulted… …   Australian English dictionary

  • trabeated — adjective not arcuate; having straight horizontal beams or lintels (rather than arches) • Syn: ↑trabeate • Similar to: ↑straight • Topics: ↑architecture …   Useful english dictionary

  • trabeation — n. the use of beams instead of arches or vaulting in construction. Derivatives: trabeate adj. Etymology: L trabs trabis beam …   Useful english dictionary

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