cabling

[ key-bling ]
/ ˈkeɪ blɪŋ /

noun Architecture.

decoration with cable moldings.
reedings set into the flutes of a column or pilaster.

Origin of cabling

First recorded in 1745–55; cable + -ing1

Definition for cabling (2 of 2)

cable

[ key-buh l ]
/ ˈkeɪ bəl /

noun

verb (used with object), ca·bled, ca·bling.

verb (used without object), ca·bled, ca·bling.

to send a message by cable.

Origin of cable

1175–1225; Middle English, probably < Old North French *cable < Late Latin capulum lasso; compare Latin capulāre to rope, halter (cattle), akin to capere to take
Related formsca·ble·like, adjectivere·ca·ble, verb, re·ca·bled, re·ca·bling.un·ca·bled, adjective
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cable

/ (ˈkeɪbəl) /

noun

verb

Word Origin for cable

C13: from Old Norman French, from Late Latin capulum halter
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