Bargeboard

The finish board covering the projecting portion of a gable roof.
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Bargeboard

Barge'board` noun [ Perh. corrup. of vergeboard ; or confer Late Latin bargus a kind of gallows.] A vergeboard.
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Bargeboard

• (n.) A vergeboard.
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bargeboard

exposed board or false rafter running underneath the slopes of a projecting gable roof. Such a board is often richly decorated with carved, cut-out, ...
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Bargeboard

[aerodynamics] Bargeboards are pieces of bodywork on open-wheel racing cars, serving a purely aerodynamic (as opposed to structural) function. They are curved vertical planes situated longitudinally, between the front wheels and the sidepods, held away from the chassis at the front on struts or other connectors, and connecting to the sidepo...
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Bargeboard

In architecture bargeboard (barge-board) or vergeboard is the ornament of woodwork upon the gable of a house where the covering of the roof extends over the wall, used extensively in the 15th century. It was generally suspended from the edge of the projecting roof and in a position parallel to the gable wall, covering the rafters which would otherw...
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Bargeboard

Another name for a soffit.
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Bargeboard

Bargeboard (probably from Medieval Latin bargus, or barcus, a scaffold, and not from the now obsolete synonym `vergeboard`) is a board fastened to the projecting gables of a roof to give them strength and to mask, hide and protect the otherwise exposed end of the horizontal timbers or purlins of the roof to which they were attached. Bargeboards .....
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Bargeboard

also called vergeboards or fly rafters – decorative boards located at the end of a gable. Bargeboards are often elaborately carved and ornamented (in Victorian and Gothic architecture).
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Bargeboard

Decorative boards located at the end of a gable
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Bargeboard

The piece of bodywork mounted vertically between the front wheels and the start of the sidepods to help smooth the airflow around the sides of the car.
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