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Definition of lath
lathLathe Lathe, n. [AS. l[=ae][eth]. Of. uncertain origin.]
Formerly, a part or division of a county among the
Anglo-Saxons. At present it consists of four or five
hundreds, and is confined to the county of Kent. [Written
also lath.] --Brande & C. LathLath Lath, n.; pl. Laths. [OE. laththe, latthe, latte, AS.
l[ae]tta; akin to D. lat, G. latte, OHG. latta; cf. W. llath
a rod, staff, yard. Cf. Lattice, Latten.]
A thin, narrow strip of wood, nailed to the rafters, studs,
or floor beams of a building, for the purpose of supporting
the tiles, plastering, etc. A corrugated metallic strip or
plate is sometimes used.
Lath brick, a long, slender brick, used in making the floor
on which malt is placed in the drying kiln.
Lath nail a slender nail for fastening laths. LathLath Lath, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Lathed; p. pr. & vb. n.
To cover or line with laths.
Meaning of lath from wikipedia
- A lath
or slat is a thin, narrow strip
of straight-grained wood used under
or tiles, on lath
and plaster walls
to hold plaster...
is a building process
used to finish mainly interior dividing walls
and ceilings. It consists
of narrow strips
of wood (laths
can be applied
on construction materials
such as metal, expanded metal lath
, concrete, cinder
block, or clay brick
and plaster partitions
of the house
with clay and lime, and to fill, lath
, and plaister
them with lime and haire
besides; and to siele
- Lath may also refer
, Rajkot, an Indian village Lath
(horse), a British racehorse Lath
Branch, a stream
in Kansas Lath
, early alternative
art is a form of woodworking
folk art for making rustic pictures
out of strips
out of old "lath
" from "plaster and lath
" walls. Today
it is commonly...
- Lath Branch
is a stream
County, Kansas, in the United
States. Lath Branch
from the fact a pioneer craftsman produced lath
- in North America
as a time- and labor-saving alternative
to traditional lath
and plaster. The first plasterboard plant
in the UK was opened
in 1888 in...
- Emmanuel Latte Lath
(born 1 January
1999) is an Ivorian professional footballer
as a forward
for SPAL on loan from Atalanta. After
is a fictional character created
by H. P. Lovecraft. The character
is a malign deity
in the Lovecraft
Mythos, a shared
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