cyma

Term for a moulding with a partly concave and partly convex curve in profile. See mouldings.

Cyma

• (n.) A cyme. See Cyme. • (n.) A member or molding of the cornice, the profile of which is wavelike in form.
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cyma

cymatium noun (architecture) a molding for a cornice; in profile it is shaped like and S (partly concave and partly convex)
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Cyma

Cy'ma (sī'mȧ) noun [ New Latin , from Greek ky^ma . See Cyme ] 1. (Architecture) A member or molding of the cornice, the profile of which is wavelike in form. 2. (Botany) A cyme. See Cyme . Cyma recta , or
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Cyma

A double-carved moulding of two types:
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Cyma

A moulding with a double curvature is called a cyma or sometimes, a wave moulding. Used as the uppermost element in a cornice.
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Cyma

In architecture a cyma is a wavy moulding the profile of which is made up of a curve of contrary flexure, either concave at top and convex at bottom or the reverse. In the first case it is called a cyma recta; in the second a cyma reversa or ogee. It is a member of the cornice, standing below the abacus or corona. A cyma is usually the upper member...
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cyma

Term for a moulding with a partly concave and partly convex curve in profile. See mouldings.
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cyma

[n] - (classical architecture) a molding for a cornice
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