Definition of Ceiled. Meaning of Ceiled. Synonyms of Ceiled

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Definition of Ceiled

Ceiled
Ceil Ceil (s[=e]l), v. t. [imp. & p. p. Ceiled (s[=e]ld); p. pr. & vb. n. Ceiling.] [From an older noun, fr. F. ciel heaven, canopy, fr. L. caelum heaven, vault, arch, covering; cf. Gr. koi^los hollow.] 1. To overlay or cover the inner side of the roof of; to furnish with a ceiling; as, to ceil a room. The greater house he ceiled with fir tree. --2 Chron. iii. 5 2. To line or finish a surface, as of a wall, with plaster, stucco, thin boards, or the like.
Ceil
Ceil Ceil (s[=e]l), v. t. [imp. & p. p. Ceiled (s[=e]ld); p. pr. & vb. n. Ceiling.] [From an older noun, fr. F. ciel heaven, canopy, fr. L. caelum heaven, vault, arch, covering; cf. Gr. koi^los hollow.] 1. To overlay or cover the inner side of the roof of; to furnish with a ceiling; as, to ceil a room. The greater house he ceiled with fir tree. --2 Chron. iii. 5 2. To line or finish a surface, as of a wall, with plaster, stucco, thin boards, or the like.

Meaning of Ceiled from wikipedia

- love of prayer and solitude he was named the "Culdee"; in other words, the Ceile Dé, or "Servant of God." Not satisfied with his hermitage, which was only...
- without any wooden support. The wall surfaces on the interior were often "ceiled" with wainscoting and plastered for warmth and appearance. Brick infill...
- Le Moyne in 1265: He received also a sufficient and handsome hall well ceiled with oak. On the western side is a worthy bed, on the ground, a stone chimney...
- well as 56" wide drywall sheets that eliminate a seam when used in high-ceiled rooms such as ours. In the ba****t, Bill Clayton takes us through the perimeter...
- 397. Tatyana A. Mikhailova (Moscow State University). Macc, Cailín and Céile – an Altaic element in Celtic? In: Hildegard L. C. Tristram, The Celtic...
- Célé Petair (also called Caelopetrus, Calepetair, Céile Petair, Ceile Peter, Cele-Peadair, Cele-Peter, Cele-Petrus, Celi-Pedair, Celle-Peter, Celupteris...
- vows. According to the Swiss theologian Philip Schaff, the term Culdee or Ceile De, or Kaledei, first appeared in the 8th century. While "giving rise to...
- monastics that St. Brigit is representative of: the Culdees or Céli Dé. The Céile Dé were 'the clients or companions of God'. In modern Gaelic, Cille Bhrìghde...
- Maria Maggiore, dating from the 7th century. Its chief feature is its dome, ceiled with stone internally, but covered externally with a false roof. It is supported...
- 'descendant' (Modern Irish uí); CELI ᚉᚓᚂᚔ – 'follower' or 'devotee' (Modern Irish céile); NETA ᚅᚓᚈᚐ – 'nephew' (Modern Irish nia); KOI ᚕᚑᚔ – 'here is' (equivalent...
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