Definitions for "Transom"
A horizontal crossbar in a window, over a door, or between a door and a window above it. Transom is the horizontal, as mullion is the vertical, bar across an opening. See Illust. of Mullion.
A horizontal bar of PVCu across a window, or separating the top of a window or door from a small window above
The horizontal beam on a window, door-frame or panel-door.
Keywords:  stern, hull, boat, sternpost, sponson
One of the principal transverse timbers of the stern, bolted to the sternpost and giving shape to the stern structure; -- called also transsummer.
The transverse, vertical or sloping, panel forming the after end of a boat's hull. Double-enders like canoes and peapods have no transom.
structural component of the hull of the boat on which the motor or motor bracket is mounted.
Keywords:  carriage, perch, forepart, vane, fore
The piece of wood or iron connecting the cheeks of some gun carriages.
The vane of a cross-staff.
The two main cross members of the fore-carriage to which the forepart of the perch is fixed and which support the fifth wheel.
Keywords:  trapeze, traveller, rigging, parts
Trapeze Traveller
Parts Traveller Rigging , Parts
Keywords:  atop, crossbeams, doorway, truck, frame
One of the crossbeams connecting the side frames of a truck with each other.
A piece of decorative glass accompanied by a frame placed atop the doorway.
Alternative name for the upper part of a two-piece tailgate.
Keywords:  craft, wooden, stem, panel, flat
A flat, often D-shaped panel forming the stem of certain types of wooden craft.
Keywords:  java, mapping, relational, side, object
Object/relational mapping system for server-side Java
Keywords:  meanings, different, term
The term transom has several different meanings.