arbor

A shaft, axle or spindle carrying a wheel and PINION in a clock, watch or music-box mechanism. See TRAIN.

arbor

  1. tree (as opposed to shrub)
  2. any of various rotating shafts that serve as axes for larger rotating parts
  3. a framework that supports climbing plants

Arbor

• (n.) A tree, as distinguished from a shrub. • (n.) A mandrel in lathe turning. • (n.) A kind of latticework formed of, or covered with, vines, branches of trees, or other plants, for shade; a bower. • (n.) An axle or spindle of a wheel or opinion.
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arbor

(ahr´bәr) pl. ar´bores Latin word meaning tree. arbor vitae (of cerebellum) treelike outlines seen in a median section of the cerebellum. (of uterus) palmate folds. the tree Thuja occidentalis; its leafy twigs contain the medicinal substance thuja bu...
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arbor

(from the article `clock`) ...by a weight or a spring, the power is first transmitted by the main, or great, wheel. This engages with a pinion (a gear with a small number of ...
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arbor

arbour noun a framework that supports climbing plants; `the arbor provided a shady resting place in the park`
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Arbor

Ar'bor noun [ Middle English herber , herbere , properly a garden of herbs, French herbier , from Latin herbarium . See Herb , and confer Herbarium .] A kind of latticework formed of, or covered with, vines, branches of trees, or other plants, for shade; a bow...
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arbor

a framework that supports climbing plants
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Arbor

A free standing structure used in the garden to support vines or climbing plants of all sorts for shade, a walkway, or just a focal point. This term is sometimes used interchangeably with pergola.
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arbor

A kind of latticework formed of, or covered with, vines, branches of trees, or other plants, for shade; a bower. ... Origin: OE. Herber, herbere, properly a garden of herbs, F. Herbier, fr. L. Herbarium. See Herb, and cf. Herbarium. ... 1. <botany> A tree, as distinguished from a shrub. ... 2. [Cf. F. Arbre. ... <mechanics> An axle or s...
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Arbor

A shaft or spindle for holding cutting tools
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Arbor

A shaft or spindle for holding cutting tools; most usually on a milling machine.
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Arbor

An arbor serves as a portal into a garden room, a transition point to tell a visitor it’s time to pause, to change perspective. Training vines to cover the arbor brings garden life to another dimension. There are so many reasons to want to find the perfect spot in your garden to add an arbor.
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Arbor

An arbor serves as a portal into a garden room, a transition point to tell a visitor it’s time to pause, to change perspective. Training vines to cover the arbor brings garden life to another dimension. There are so many reasons to want to find the perfect spot in your garden to add an arbor.
Found on http://beebetter.info/2016/07/garden-glossary/

Arbor

An open framework designed to offer shade and a resting place in a garden. Arbors are often made of rustic wood or latticework that also serve as a trellis on which climbing plants can grow.
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arbor

arbor (s), arbores (pl); arbour (British) 1. A leafy, shady recess formed by tree branches, shrubs, etc. 2. A latticework bower intertwined with climbing vines and flowers. 3. A trellis or other structure used to support plants that form an arbor. 3. A grass plot; lawn; garden; orchard. 4. A bar, shaft, or axis that holds, turns, or s...
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arbor

garden shelter providing privacy and partial protection from the weather. The name is used for a modest garden building of any material; it has been ...
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Arbor

In English-speaking countries common name (arbor) for a training system; see below pergola,
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Arbor

In mechanics the term arbor is applied to an axle or spindle of a wheel or opinion. The term is also applied to a mandrel used in lathe turning.
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arbor

Latin, meaning: tree.
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Arbor

The axle or shaft on which a wheel or pinion is mounted.
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Arbor

The center part of a fly reel where line and backing (first) is wound.
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Arbor

The center part of a fly reel where line and backing (first) is wound.
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Arbor

the center part of a fly reel where line and backing (first) is wound.
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Arbor

The center part of a fly reel where line and backing (first) is wound.
Found on http://firstcastflyfishing.blogspot.co.uk/p/glossary-of-terms.html
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