bole

Red or yellow, fine ochre clay used as a ground by gilders prior to applying gold leaf (see GILDING).

Bole

The area of a tree trunk that is from the ground to the first major branch.
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Bole

Clay mixed with rabbit skin glue for application to the surface of an object being prepared for water-gilded. Usually the clay is applied to a gesso surface. It is the clay surface that receives the gold leaf. The clay and rabbit skin glue content dictate the reflective quality of the gold finish. Clay is finer than gesso and when burnished with a ...
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Bole

[n] - a soft oily clay used as a pigment (especially a reddish brown pigment) 2. [n] - a Chadic language spoken in northern Nigeria and closely related to Hausa
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Bole

Bole noun [ Middle English bole , from Icelandic bolr ; akin to Swedish bål , Danish bul , trunk, stem of a tree, German bohle a thick plank or board; confer LG. boll round. Confer Bulge .] The trunk or stem of a tree, or that which is like it. ...
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bole

The trunk of a tree, below the lowest branch. ... Compare: canopy. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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Bole

Bolanci noun a Chadic language spoken in northern Nigeria and closely related to Hausa
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Bole

• (n.) The trunk or stem of a tree, or that which is like it. • (n.) A measure. See Boll, n., 2. • (n.) An aperture, with a wooden shutter, in the wall of a house, for giving, occasionally, air or light; also, a small closet. • (n.) A bolus; a dose. • (n.) Any one of several varieties of friable earthy clay, usually colored...
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Bole

Bole (sphragide) is an earthy mineral occurring in amorphous masses , and composed chiefly of silica with alumina, iron and occasionally magnesia. It is of a dull yellow, brownish, or red colour, has a greasy feel, and yields to the nail. In ancient times, under the name of Lemnian bole or Lemnian earth, one variety of it had a place in the materia...
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bole

Red or yellow, fine ochre clay used as a ground by gilders prior to applying gold leaf. see also gilding.
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Bole

The main trunk of a pollard.
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Bole

the trunk or stem of a tree
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Bole

[color] ==Overview== Another name for the color bole is terra rosa. The color name terra rosa has been used as a synonym for bole since 1753. The color `terra rosa` is classified a warm red color. In art, it`s classified as being similar to Venetian red, but more pink or salmon. Bole is one of the oldest color names in English. The first re...
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bole

the trunk of a tree, usually below the lowest branch; cf. canopy.
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bole

main stem of a tree below where branching begins (Ja, 298)
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bole

main stem of a tree below where branching begins (Ja, 298)
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bole

the trunk of a tree.
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Bole

The trunk of a tree, particularly of a large tree.
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Bole

the trunk or stem of a tree
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Bole

a small aperture.
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Bole

The main trunk of a tree.
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