Definition of trunnel. Meaning of trunnel. Synonyms of trunnel

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Definition of trunnel

trunnel
Treenail Tree"nail`, n. [Tree + nail.] (Shipbuilding) A long wooden pin used in fastening the planks of a vessel to the timbers or to each other. [Written also trenail, and trunnel.]
Trunnel
Trunnel Trun"nel, n. A trundle. [R.]
Trunnel
Trunnel Trun"nel, n. (Shipbuilding) See Treenail.

Meaning of trunnel from wikipedia

- A treenail, also trenail, trennel, or trunnel, is a wooden peg, pin, or dowel used to fasten pieces of wood together, especially in timber frames, covered...
- nail is a small object made of metal (or wood, called a tree nail or "trunnel") which is used as a fastener, as a peg to hang something, or sometimes...
- full-scale replica of this famous schooner. Framed and planked of white oak and trunnel-fastened in the traditional manner, the replica of Fame was launched in...
- (90 cm or 35 inches) of plank. In many early ships treenails (trenails, trunnels) were used to fasten large timbers. First, a hole about 20 mm (0.79 inches)...
- whereas the square-timber walls were made of white pine reinforced with trunnels. Clapboards were placed on the exterior wall in order to improve its impermeability...
- laminated wood plank, and a web of diagonal wood planks connected by wood trunnels at each point of intersection". It is one of four Washington County covered...
- full-scale replica of this famous schooner. Framed and planked of white oak and trunnel-fastened in the traditional manner, the replica of Fame was launched in...
- structure of the wood remains intact may be more durable, and similarly trunnels when split are stronger than when sawn. Sometimes wood splitting is undesirable...
- bridge uses an Ithiel Town lattice truss design including authentic wooden trunnels. Lengthwise planks cover the roadway area with macadam filling the gaps...
- California) 20 38 34 James Edward Rodden, Jr. White February 24, 1999 Terry Trunnel and Joseph Arnold 23 39 35 Roy Michael Roberts White March 10, 1999 Correctional...