A cavity cut into a piece of timber, or other material, to receive something (as the end of another piece) made to fit it, and called a tenon.
To cut or make a mortise in.
To join or fasten by a tenon and mortise; as, to mortise a beam into a post, or a joist into a girder.
Opening into which projecting tenon is fitted to join two pieces of wood (mortise-and-tenon joint).
A cavity cut into a timber to receive a tenon. Large mortises were sometimes referred to as steps.
An opening in the shank of the pipe where the stem fits snugly into the bowl.
a notch, hole, groove, or slot made in a piece of wood to receive a tenon of the same dimensions.
A recessing or insetting of hardware such a as hinges so as to make the hardware "flush" with the surface of the item it is installed on.
A square hole or trough cut into a rail or stile meant to receive a tenon for a mortise-and-tenon joint.
In a timber connection, a slot into which a tenon is inserted.
An opening recess or cutout made to receive a lock or other hardware. Also the act of making such an opening.
A round or rectangular hole cut into a piece of wood to accept a tenon. Also used to recess hardware such as hinges.
A hole, slot, groove, or other recess into which another element fits. Most hinges, for example, are mortised so they lie flush.
Mortice] Socket in timber into which another piece of wood or tenon is jointed. (Kenyon, John R. Medieval Fortifications, 211) Cavity cut in the end of a timber to receive the tenon. (Wood, Margaret. The English Medieval House, 413)
The cutout on the panel where the hinges are located
A slot cut into a board, plank, or timber, usually edgewise, to receive the tenon (or tongue) of another board, plank, or timber to form a joint.
Term used when a rectangular hole or area needs to be cut out of wood to receive a piece of hardware, etc.
1. v. to prepare by removing stock material from the edge of a door, drawer, frame or opening to create a recess which allows the flush fit or insetting of relevant lock or other hardware, 2. n. the cavity prepared by mortising, 3. adj. of or pertaining to a locking device designed to fit in a mortise preparation
The small recess at the edge of a shutter where the hinge is mounted.
A recess machined into a holder or die to accommodate interchangeable inserts.
A square or oblong hole in wood.
The slot or hole cut in a timber to receive the tenon.
A hole or recess cut in a piece of wood to receive a projecting part of another piece of wood that has been shaped to fit into it.
a square hole made to receive a tenon and so to form a joint
cut a hole for a tenon in
a cavity cut into a piece of wood designed to receive a tenon to form a joint Mr
a cavity or area removed from the wood while a tenon is shaped to fit in the cavity
a cut-out receptacle
a deep cavity, usually rectangular, which is created in the edge of a door
a hole cut into a timber that a tenon fits into
a pocket and a tenon fits precisely within the pocket
a slot cut into something, in order for another piece (usually a tenon ) to fit inside
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A cavity, usually square, cut into the surface of a timber into which fits the tenon of another in order to form a joint.
A hole cut into a shutterâ€™s stile into which the tenon of a shutterâ€™s rail is inserted to form a mortise & tenon joint. Also, a recessed area cut out of a shutter or window casement.
A groove or slot into which or through which a tenon is inserted.
(10) -- a cavity into which the end of some other part of a framework or stucture if fitted so as to form a joint (Oxford Dict.) Sample Image (Lesson 12)
a hole that is forged in a piece of metal to accept the tenon from another piece of metal
A hole or slot in a material, such as wood, into which a tenon fits.
A usually rectangular cavity in a piece of wood, stone, or other material, prepared to receive a tenon and thus form a joint.
A cavity that houses a tenon or back slat. Can be round or rectangular in section.
A cavity made to receive a lock or other hardware; also the act of making such a cavity.
A deep slot cut into wood to insert, for example, a mortise lock.
A slot or rectangular cavity cut into a piece of wood to receive another part.
A slot in a masonry wall left open for windows or doors.
Any recess-a hole, slot, or grove-that hides an element so they can lie flush. Most door hinges are mortised into the frame and door stile, for example.
A (usually) rectangular slot or recess cut into a piece of wood and designed to receive a male part, or tenon.
is a slot cut into a piece of wood, stone or other material to receive a tenon and form a joint.
A hole bored into the stile joint to accommodate the tenon.
A notch, hole or space cut into a piece of wood to receive an opposing projecting part. Commonly used to recessing hardware in wood.
A RECESSED (NOTCHED) CUTTING INTO A PIECE OF WOOD DESIGNED TO RECEIVE A PROJECTION OF SOME SORT, LIKE A TENON IN ANOTHER PIECE OF WOOD, THE BUTT OF A DOOR HINGE, THE STRIKE PLATE OF A DOOR LATCH, AND SO FORTH.
A square or rectangular slot cut into a log, timber, or board into which another member, usually called a tenon, will fit.
A socket carved to accept a shaft of wood called a tenon. Used to connect to pieces of wood together.
A rectangular hole cut into a piece of wood to accept a tenon. (see tenon)
A hole, groove or slot in wood into which a tenon or tongue fits to form a secure joint.
A depression or cavity in a die into which an insert is placed.
A recess cut into the surface or edge of a part, usually for the purpose of housing hardware such as hinges and lock parts.
Hole in wood, into which the tenon or tongue fits.
The hole which is to receive a tenon, or any hole cut into or through a piece by a chisel; generally of rectangular shape.
1. A notch, hole or space cut into a material to receive the projecting part called a tenon. 2. To join or fasten securely with a mortise and tenon.