noun, plural brac·cia [brah-chuh, -chee-uh] /ˈbrɑ tʃə, -tʃi ə/.
- brace and bit,
- brace jack,
- brace molding,
- brace root
Origin of braccio
Examples from the Web for braccia
The middle nave alone is 72 braccia in height; and the other two lesser naves, 48 braccia.
The whole cupola, from the ground up to the summit of the cross, is 202 braccia.
Then proceed in the same way with a second and a third tree, at distances of a hundred braccia from each other.The Mind of the Artist|Various
In the transept of the church he executed four saints in stucco, each five braccia high, which are wrought in a masterly manner.
The ornamental frame of this altar is thirteen braccia high, and the predella is two braccia high.