- pergolesi, giovanni battista,
- pergolide mesylate,
Origin of pergola
Examples from the Web for pergola
Shall we go with him to the theatres—to the opera—to the Pergola?
A country house without a pergola, she said, was something she had never heard of.The Letter of the Contract|Basil King
My pergola is built of rustic wood creosoted, which costs very little.The New Gulliver and Other Stories|Barry Pain
Nancy chanced to have seen Grace and some of her satellites sitting in a pergola on a mound not far away.A Little Miss Nobody|Amy Bell Marlowe
The bright sunlight touched her hair, and they went over to a pergola she had had built, covered with vines.The Bad Man|Charles Hanson Towne
Word Origin for pergola
latticework structure for climbing plants, 1670s, from Italian pergola, from Latin pergula "school, lecture room; projecting roof, vine arbor," of uncertain origin; perhaps from pergere "to come forward."