Plan-ceer

plancer

[plan-ser]
noun
the soffit of a cornice, especially one of wood.
Also, planceer [plan-seer] , plancher [plan-cher] , plancier [plan-seer] , plansheer.


Origin:
1655–65; < obsolete French, equivalent to Middle French plancher. See planch, -er2

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