breastsummer

[ bres-suhm-er, brest-, bres-uh-mer ]
/ ˈbrɛsˌsʌm ər, ˈbrɛst-, ˈbrɛs ə mər /

noun Architecture.

a horizontal beam supporting an exterior wall over an opening, as a shop window.

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Also called breast beam.

Origin of breastsummer

First recorded in 1605–15; breast + summer2
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