Of or pertaining to Attica, in Greece, or to Athens, its principal city; marked by such qualities as were characteristic of the Athenians; classical; refined.
A low story above the main order or orders of a facade, in the classical styles; -- a term introduced in the 17th century. Hence:
A room or rooms behind that part of the exterior; all the rooms immediately below the roof.
An Athenian; an Athenian author.
(noun): a room or a space immediately below the roof of a building
the upper story, situated above the cornice, which served as basis for statuary, especially on monumental arches
The space under the roof of a structure but before the top story. May be simply an air space or improved and used.
The open area located above the ceiling and below the roof of a building.
floor consisting of open space at the top of a house just below roof; often used for storage
the dialect of Ancient Greek spoken and written in Attica and Athens
(architecture) a low wall at the top of the entablature; hides the roof
of or relating to Attica or its inhabitants or to the dialect spoken in Athens in classical times; "Attic Greek"
Decorative architectural element situated above the cornice of a building and concealing the roof from view.
A room within the roof of a building
The open space between the underside of the roof sheathing and the upper side of the ceiling directly below the roof. French (Comble)
The portion of a Classical temple or facade above the entablature and below the crowning element (such as a roof or pediment).
The usually unfinished space above a ceiling and below a roof.
The space between the rafters and the ceiling joists.
( combles) the top floor of a building, often reduced in height and unfinished.
the upper part of a triumphal arch
The open area above the ceiling and under the roof deck of a steep-sloped roof.
Means from the area around Athens (Attica), or in the artistic style of that area.
Accessible space between top of uppermost ceiling and the underside of roof Inaccessible spaces are considered structural cavities.
Room mainly contained within a pitched roof.
Space between the ceiling joists and roof rafters of a structure. An attic may be accessible by a staircase or other means and may also finished into rooms.
The part of the entablature above the cornice, serving to hide the roof.
An attic is an area found directly below the roof of a building http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/attic (also called garret, loft, hayloft and sky parlor).http://thesaurus.reference.com/search?q=attic As attics fill the space between the ceiling of the top floor of a building and most often a slanted roof, they are known for being awkwardly shaped spaces with exposed rafters and difficult-to-access corners. While some attics are converted as bedrooms or home offices, complete with windows and staircases, most attics remain hard to get to and neglected, and are typically used for storage. Attics can also help control temperature in a house by providing a large mass of unmoving air.