Entire ceiling to be lathed with high-rib metal lath securely nailed directly to ceiling joists.
At times the logs are clapboarded without, and are all lathed and plastered within.
The home consisted of one large room, not yet lathed and plastered.
They found a side doorway of one structure wide open, and stepped into a lathed but unplastered hallway.
Its walls were lathed but not plastered, and from our apartment we had an extended view of the entire floor.
It was lathed and plastered, and no air admitted, except what might come through the floor.
They are lathed with cane and plastered with mud from bottom to top, within and without, with a good covering of straw.
The attic floor is far from being finished; they have not yet begun to plaster it, but it is all lathed.
As this house is not to be lathed and plastered, it is not essential that the studding should be at any exact distance apart.
late 13c., probably from Old English *læððe, variant of lætt "lath," apparently from a Proto-Germanic *laþþo (cf. Old Saxon, Old Norse latta, Middle Dutch, German latte "lath," Dutch lat, Middle High German lade "plank," which is source of German Laden "counter," hence, "shop"). As a verb, 1530s, from the noun.
"machine for turning," early 14c., of uncertain origin, probably from a Scandinavian source (cf. Danish drejelad "turning-lathe," Old Norse hlaða "pile of shavings under a lathe," related to hlaða "to load, lade").