That part of a pedestal included between the base and the cornice (or surbase); the die. See Illust. of Column.
In any wall, that part of the basement included between the base and the base course. See Base course, under Base.
In interior decoration, the lower part of the wall of an apartment when adorned with moldings, or otherwise specially decorated.
The lower portion of an interior wall when finished with wallpaper, paneling, or paint that contrasts with the upper portion of the same wall.
A dado is one of those cuts requiring a specific blade known as the dado blade. A dado is a U shaped groove cut with or against the grain and commonly used to create joints for furniture construction.
A rectangular groove cut into a board so that a like piece may be fitted into it.
(1)A flat bottomed recessed cut made across the grain of a board. (2)A type of groove joint.
The lower part of an interior wall - usually defined with a moulded wooden rail (the dado rail) at about waist height.
The lower part of a wall decorated differently.
A U-shaped, square-cornered cut in the surface of a board that is made across the grain (not with it). This cut is easily made with a special adjustable dado accessory or by making repeat passes with a saw blade to create cuts of different widths. Dadoes are most frequently used for shelf support in cabinets and bookshelves, but are also used in the formation of many other types of joints.
Lower part of interior wall, beneath dado-rail.
A square groove cut into a board to allow it to receive another board or panel.
Decorative border appearing on the lower portion of the interior wall of a church.
The lower part of an interior wall when decorated or faced.
A dado is a rectangular groove cut to make a joint in woodworking.
the block or cube, with plane faces, forming the body of a pedestal, between the base moldings and the cornice; also the finishing of wood running along the lower part of the walls of a room, made to represent a continuous pedestal, strictly applied only to the flat surface between the plinth and the capping; also a cornice or dado molding, the capping or surbase
(1) A flat-bottomed recessed cut made across the grain of a board.(2) A set of blades used to produce precision grooves.
panel forming the lower part of an interior wall when it is finished differently from the rest
a rectangular groove cut into a board so that another piece can fit into it
cut a dado into or fit into a dado
a groove cut in the face of one board to accommodate the thickness of another board
The area of a wall immediately above the skirting, often separated from the upper wall by a dado rail.
A groove in the face of a board, usually to accept another board at 90 degrees as in shelf uprights.
the lower section of an interior wall, often below a chair-rail.
(height) - A decorative band, or moulding over a base.
A rectangular groove across the width of a board or plank. In interior decoration, a special type of wall treatment.
Mid section of a pedestal, between base and cornice
the lower part of a wall usually marked by and below a dado rail moulding or cornice.
(10) -- the lower portion of a wall, distinctively decorated (Biers, 335)
A groove cut across the grain of a piece of wood. It is made to join cabinet backs to cabinet bottoms or sides to front frames.
The lower part of an internal wall, below chair-rail height, when decorated differently from the upper part.
Panels fixed to the lower half of internal walls.
A 1/4" +/- deep channel or groove cut across the wood's grain is called a dado. A dado joint is formed when a cross member is fitted perpendicular into the channel.
The lower part of the wall of a room when visually distinct from the upper part.
1) Paneling or other decorative treatment fixed on the lower half of the wall. 2) A square groove cut into wood.
the separate protective or decorative treatment applied to the lower parts of wall-surfaces to a height, normally, of 3 ft. to 4ft.
A groove recessed into a board into which another board edge is inset to form a joint, usually with glue to secure it. Used to join cabinet backs to cabinet floors or sides (end panels) to face frame.
1. The part of a pedestal that is between the base and the cap. 2. The lower portion of a wall if it is decorated differently than the upper part. 3. A rectangular groove, which is cut into the side of one board so that another board may be fitted into it, usually at right angles. A joint made this way.
A machined groove in a flat panel surface made to accept another panel.
continuous border round the lower part of a wall decorated with painted plaster
The area of a wall from the baseboard to the chair rail. Customarily this area is equal to 1/3 the height of the wall.
A joint formed by the intersection of two boards, in which one is notched with a rectangular groove to receive the other.
The bottom part of an internal wall that has a different décor to the top. Often a Dado Rail, a strip of decorative wood, divides the top and bottom sections of wall.
(1) A flat-bottomed recessed cut made across the grain of a board. (2) A b Dampener: Used to improve saw blade performance by stiffening the saw blade plate and dampening sound and vibration caused by the saw's belt, motor, and bearings. Dampeners are mounted on the saw's arbor directly next to the blade. Also called a saw blade stabilizer.
moulding or other decorative treatment fixed just below halfway down the ass hole. originally used to protect the ass hole from chair backs.
A rectangular groove cut across the grain of a wood blocking member, typically to provide edge canting at the outer edge of the roof.
The zone between a chair rail or lower part of a sill and the baseboard.
A square groove cut into a board to receive and support the end of another board, such as the end of a shelf. See Rabbet.
The lower wall surface, from the Chairrail down to the skirting board/baseboard.
A groove cut into a board or panel intended to receive the edge of a connecting board or panel
the lower part of an interior wall, often ornamented.
A groove cut into a board or panel, across the grain.
Refers to the lower broad part of the inside wall being finished in wallpaper or paint.
in a pedestal, the middle member, often cubical, between the base and the cornice; also called the die.
Stone treatment on interior walls which does not extend to the ceiling, often ornamented.
A rectangular channel cut partway into a board.
1. Part of a column base. 2. The lower part of an interior wall when differently surfaced. 3. A groove in a piece of wood made by dadoing.
Paneling, usually wood, that is applied to the lower portion of a wall, above a baseboard.
A machined or sawn groove, across the width of a part.
A joint formed by inserting the end of one board into the cut side of another; typically used for shelves and cabinet dividers.
A square-cornered channel cut across the wood grain, typically using a dado set or a straight router bit, shown right.
A decorative treatment on the lower part of an interior wall between the chair rail and baseboard.
A groove or rectangular section for receiving the end of a board.
A square groove cut with or across the grain of the wood.
Any rectangular groove that has been cut across the width of a board or plank.
The lower part of a wall, below the dado rail and above the skirting board.
A dado is a slot or trench cut into the surface of a piece of machineable material, usually wood. When viewed in cross-section, a dado has three sides. A dado is cut across, or perpendicular to, the grain and is thus differentiated from a groove which is cut with, or parallel to, the grain.