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concave moulding

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  • cavetto — /kəˈvɛtoʊ/ (say kuh vetoh) noun (plural cavetti /kəˈvɛti/ (say kuh vetee) or cavettos) Architecture a concave moulding, as in a cornice, with the curve usually a quarter circle. {Italian, diminutive of cavo, from Latin cavum hollow (place) …   Australian English dictionary

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  • scotia — /ˈskoʊʃə/ (say skohshuh) noun a concave moulding, as at the base of a column or the angle between the wall and the ceiling. {Latin, from Greek skotia, literally, darkness} …   Australian English dictionary

  • SCOTIA — n. a concave moulding, esp. at the base of a column. Etymology: L f. Gk skotia f. skotos darkness, with ref. to the shadow produced …   Useful english dictionary

  • Cavetto — ♦ Concave or hollow moulding. (Wood, Margaret. The English Medieval House, 410) Note: cavus (Latin) = hollow …   Medieval glossary

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