pargetting

parget

[pahr-jit]
noun
1.
any of various plasters or roughcasts for covering walls or other surfaces, especially a mortar of lime, hair, and cow dung for lining chimney flues.
3.
pargeting ( defs 2, 3 ).
verb (used with object), pargeted, pargeting or (especially British) pargetted, pargetting.
4.
to cover or decorate with parget or pargeting.

Origin:
1300–50; Middle English < Middle French pargeter, equivalent to par- per- + geter, spelling variant of jeter to throw; see jet1

unpargeted, adjective
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parget (ˈpɑːdʒɪt)
 
n
1.  Also called: pargeting
 a.  plaster, mortar, etc, used to line chimney flues or cover walls
 b.  plasterwork that has incised ornamental patterns
2.  another name for gypsum
 
vb
3.  to cover or decorate with parget
 
[C14: from Old French pargeter to throw over, from parper- + geter, from Medieval Latin jactāre to throw]

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