- wave scroll.
See Vitruvian scroll.
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wave scroll. — See Vitruvian scroll … Useful english dictionary
wave — [n] sea surf, current bending, billow, breaker, coil, comber, convolution, corkscrew, crest, crush, curl, curlicue, drift, flood, foam, ground swell, gush, heave, influx, loop, movement, outbreak, rash, ridge, ripple, rippling, rocking, roll,… … New thesaurus
wave — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) v. wag, shake, sway, flutter, stream (in the wind); signal, motion, gesture, indication; roll, undulate; ripple, swell, billow, flood, surge; flaunt, flourish. n. sea, tide, water, ripple, billow, etc.,… … English dictionary for students
wave molding — noun : a molding with a profile that suggests one or more breaking waves compare vitruvian scroll … Useful english dictionary
vitruvian scroll — noun Usage: usually capitalized V : a scroll of convolved undulations used especially in friezes of the composite order * * * a scroll forming a stylized wave pattern. Also called running dog, Vitruvian wave, wave scroll. [1830 40; named after… … Useful english dictionary
Vitruvian scroll — a scroll forming a stylized wave pattern. Also called running dog, Vitruvian wave, wave scroll. [1830 40; named after VITRUVIUS POLLIO] * * * … Universalium
Admonitions Scroll — Nüshi Zhentu 女史箴圖 Admonitions of the Court Instructress Final scene of the scroll, showing the Court Instructress Material Silk Size Length: 329 cm (130 in) Height: 25 cm (9.8 … Wikipedia
Temple Scroll — The Temple Scroll is one of the longest of the Dead Sea Scrolls. Among the discoveries at Qumran it is designated: 11QTemple Scrolla(11Q19 [11QTa] ).1 It describes a Jewish temple which has never been built along with extensive detailed… … Wikipedia
scrollwork — /skrohl werrk /, n. 1. decorative work in which scroll forms figure prominently. 2. ornamental work cut out with a scroll saw. [1730 40; SCROLL + WORK] * * * ▪ architecture in architecture and furniture design, use of curved elements suggesting… … Universalium
running-dog pattern — ▪ architectural motif in classical architecture, decorative motif consisting of a repeated stylized convoluted form, something like the profile of a breaking wave. This pattern, which may be raised above, incised into, or painted upon a surface … Universalium