A roof that is shaped like a pyramid.
A roof which slopes back equally from all sides of a building so that no gables are formed.
A roof with the sides and ends inclined.
A roof with ends as well as sides inclined
A roof with slopes on all four sides. The "hips" are the lines formed when the slopes meet at the corners.
a roof with sloped rather than vertical ends.
A roof with a pyramid shape. The roof meets all four walls of a building.
Pitched roof, the ends of which are also sloped
A roof that has a slope on all four sides of the building.
A roof with slopes on all four sides. Also known as a "pyramid" roof - see photo.
A hipped roof goes down to the eaves on all four sides.
Slopes upward from all four sides
A roof which slopes to the eaves on all sides, a roof without gables.
A roof whose ends slope out and down from the peak ( picture).
A roof with sloping ends instead of vertical ones.
( toit en croupe) a roof that slopes on four sides.
A roof formed by four pitched roof surfaces.
roof with sloped, instead of vertical, ends.
A roof with uniform slopes on all four sides.
A roof that pitches inward from all four sides.
A roof that slopes on all four sides.