Lath

A lath is a thin, narrow strip of some straight-grained wood or other material, including metal or gypsum. A lattice, or lattice-work, is a criss-crossed or interlaced arrangement of laths, or the pattern made by such an arrangement. Lath is the basic material used in the formerly common building technique known as lath and plaster, which was used
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Lath

A structure used to create shade. Made of any material, evenly spaced to let in some light.
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lath

[n] - a narrow thin strip of wood used as backing for plaster or to make latticework
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Lath

Ripe vine shoot.
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Lath

A long slender piece of economical timber.
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Lath

A long slender piece of economical timber.
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Lath

A building material of wood, metal, gypsum, or insulating board that is fastened to the frame of a building to act as a plaster base.
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Lath

strips of wood which are nailed to studs, joists, rafters etc to carry plaster, although the term is sometimes also applied to the strips of wood, usually referred to as battens, on which tiles are hung. Usually around 2 inches wide and of varied thickness. Single laths are around one-ei...
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Lath

Lath noun ; plural Laths . [ Middle English laththe , latthe , latte , Anglo-Saxon lætta ; akin to Dutch lat , German latte , Old High German latta ; confer W. llath a rod, staff, yard. Confer Lattice , Latten .
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Lath

Lath transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Lathed ; present participle & verbal noun Lathing .] To cover or line with laths.
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lath

Origin: OE. Laththe, latthe, latte, AS. Laetta; akin to D. Lat, G. Latte, OHG. Latta; cf. W. Llath a rod, staff, yard. Cf. Lattice, Latten. ... A thin, narrow strip of wood, nailed to the rafters, studs, or floor beams of a building, for the purpose of supporting the tiles, plastering, etc. A corrugated metallic strip or plate is sometimes used. La
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lath

noun a narrow thin strip of wood used as backing for plaster or to make latticework
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Lath

• (v. t.) To cover or line with laths. • (n.) A thin, narrow strip of wood, nailed to the rafters, studs, or floor beams of a building, for the purpose of supporting the tiles, plastering, etc. A corrugated metallic strip or plate is sometimes used.
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lath

any material fastened to the structural members of a building to provide a base for plaster. Lath can be of wood, metal, gypsum, or insulated board. ...
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Lath

- A building material of narrow wood, metal, gypsum, or insulating board that is fastened to the frame of a building to act as a base for plaster, shingles, or tiles.
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Lath

A lath is a thin narrow strip of wood. Laths are used for supporting plaster, and to construct trellis.
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Lath

Thin, flexible strips of wood or reeds used as a backing for plaster.
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Lath

A building material of narrow wood, metal, gypsum, or insulating board that is fastened to the frame
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lath

In gardening, an overhead structure of evenly spaced slats of wood or other materials used to create shade.
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