[ pahr-ji-ting ]
/ ˈpɑr dʒɪ tɪŋ /
the act of a person who pargets.
ornamental or fine plasterwork, especially exterior plasterwork bearing designs in low relief.
a lining of mortar or plaster for a chimney flue or the like.
- parhelic circle,
- pari passu,
Also especially British, par·get·ting; parget (for defs 2, 3).
Origin of pargeting
[ pahr-jit ]
/ ˈpɑr dʒɪt /
verb (used with object), par·get·ed, par·get·ing or (especially British) par·get·ted, par·get·ting.
to cover or decorate with parget or pargeting.
Origin of parget
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Examples from the Web for pargeting
Broken oyster shells are distinguishable in the decorated plasterwork, indicating that the pargeting was done at Jamestown.New Discoveries at Jamestown|John L. Cotter
In the Little Shambles, too, there are many curious details in the high gables, pargeting and oriel windows.Yorkshire Painted And Described|Gordon Home
/ (ˈpɑːdʒɪt) /
Also called: pargeting
- plaster, mortar, etc, used to line chimney flues or cover walls
- plasterwork that has incised ornamental patterns
another name for gypsum
to cover or decorate with parget
Word Origin for parget
C14: from Old French pargeter to throw over, from par per- + geter, from Medieval Latin jactāre to throw
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