Ogee

An elongated 'S' shaped curve.
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Ogee

a double curve, bending one way and then the other
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ogee

a continuous double curve; an elongated 'S' shape
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ogee

In architecture, a moulding formed by two curves, the upper concave and the lower convex. As an adjective `ogee` is frequently applied to a type of pointed arch. ...
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Ogee

a double curve shape composed of two curves in opposite directions (concave to convex) without a break; used on both roofs and arches and as a profile on mouldings.
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Ogee

An edge or molding that has the profile of an S-shaped curve. An ogee arch is formed by the intersection of two such S-shaped curves.
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ogee

Double curve shape used to describe an onion-shaped arch of 'S'-shaped moulding and reproduced in many decorative forms.
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Ogee

O·gee' noun [ French ogive , augive , Late Latin augiva , of uncertain origin; confer Late Latin ogis a support, prop. Latin augere to increase, strengthen, Spanish auge highest point of power or fortune, apogee, Arabic auj , an astronomical term.]
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ogee

1. A molding, the section of which is the form of the letter S, with the convex part above; cyma reversa. ... 2. Hence, any similar figure used for any purpose. Ogee arch, a pointed arch, each of the sides of which has the curve of an ogee, that is, has a reversed curve near the apex. ... Origin: F. Ogive, augive, LL. Augiva, of uncertain origin; c
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ogee

cyma reversa noun a molding that (in section) has the shape of an S with the convex part above and the concave part below
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Ogee

• (n.) Hence, any similar figure used for any purpose. • (n.) A molding, the section of which is the form of the letter S, with the convex part above; cyma reversa. See Illust. under Cyma.
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Ogee

In architecture an ogee or ogyve is a moulding formed by the combination of a round and hollow, part being concave and part convex. In classical architecture ogees are extensively used, and are always placed with the convex part upwards. Among the Greeks they were formed with quirks at the top, but by the Romans these were very frequently omitted.
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Ogee

An ogee (pronounced oʊˈdʒiː or ˈoʊdʒiː) is a curve (often used in molding), shaped somewhat like an S, consisting of two arcs that curve in opposite senses, so that the ends are parallel. The term has uses in architecture, mathematics, and fluid mechanics, as well as marine construction, clock design and plastic surgery. ==Use in architect
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Ogee

A classical molding with a double curve or cyma profile, as in an ogee bracket foot.
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ogee

double curve, partly concave partly convex, usually a window or door
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Ogee

An architectural moulding consisting of a double curve, convex above and concave below.
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ogee

An S-shaped moulding.
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Ogee

A decorative molding profile with a S shape.
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Ogee

a double curve, bending one way and then the other
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Ogee

A stone molding with a reverse curved edge, concave above, convex below.
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Ogee

A stone profile with a reverse curved edge
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Ogee

Molding with both concave and convex curves
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ogee

S-shaped
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