A roof having a rounded form, hemispherical or nearly so; also, a ceiling having the same form. When on a large scale it is usually called dome.
A small structure standing on the top of a dome; a lantern.
A revolving shot-proof turret for heavy ordnance.
The top of the spire of the cochlea of the ear.
structure - Dome that allows natural light to enter into a building or covered area.
A relatively small roofed structure set on the ridge of a main roof area. Also known as a Crow’s Nest.
A small dome, usually on top of a turret or small room.
small tower raised above the roof, also called a belvedere or "beautiful view"
A small dome or â€œlookoutâ€ type structure crowning the top of a building or turret.
A small dome, usually part of a roof, shaped like an upside-down bowl
A small, dome-like structure, on top of the house.
A bowl shaped vault.
A small rounded structure resting on a circular base built on top of a roof.
Latin = little dome.
A small cabin atop the caboose where the brakeman can scan ahead over the roofs of freight cars in a train.
A small domed lantern or turret on a roof.
A small rounded structure built on top of a roof or bell tower.
A structure rising above the main roof. It is usually ornamental, but may be used for ventilation.
Hemispherical armored roof.
A relatively small roofed structure set on the ridge or peak of a main roof which is used for ventilation or aesthetic purposes.
The dome-shaped top of an intrusion.
an easy-to-add dome top option that can enhance the natural light and ventilation in your dome
an ornamental dome-shaped structure origin of
a round roof for a ceiling
a spherical roof, placed like an inverted cup over a circular, square or multangular apartment ah
A domed roof structure placed on top of a building roof.
A small dome at the peak of a pitched roof.
A cup-shaped cap over a structure; often found on carriage houses
Small dome-shaped roof.
A small building-like structure on a roof.
( coupole) a feature at the top of a roof, usually cylindrical with louvred openings and a dome-shaped roof on top.
Dome shaped roof structure (hemispherical ribbed).
A dome, most of the time topping a roof or turret.
An observation tower projecting above the roof of a caboose so that the conductor and brakemen can watch the train.
A cupola is a short windowed tower, or dome, typically located in the center of a flat or low-slope roof. Many Italianate houses have cupolas.
A hemispherical cap or roof for a cylindrical form more simply described as a dome. Unlike a true dome which is derived by rotating the stone arch 360 degrees around its vertical axis, a cupola may use a steel or wood dome shaped, armature covered with a metal such as copper or some other material. (Hartt)
The turret which serves as the crown to the dome or roof of a structure.
A circular or polygonal projection rising from the roof used for observation or decoration, often used on public buildings.
dome, especially a small dome on a circular or polygonal base crowning a roof or turret. Usually only decorative in modern homes. (Older cupolas, typically, are accessible by stairs.)
The steeple domes found on most Orthodox Churches. A Church may have a single cupol or as many as thirteen. One dome predominates and signifies Christ as the head of the Church.
A small dome, on a circular or polygonal base, roofing a turret and often finished with a finial or a lantern.
A dome, especially a small dome on a circular or polygonal base crowning a roof or turret. Usually only decorative in modern homes. Older cupolas can be reached by stairs.
small domed windowed structure on top of a roof or dome, sometimes lantern-shaped
A dome-like structure that sits on top of a roof.
A small turret or dome-shaped tower which rises from a building and is small compared to the building.
a small structure situated on top of a roof, often domed with solid walls or four arches and covering a circular or polygonal area. (IMAGE)
Also referred to as a "dome," it is an upside down-shaped cup made of fiberglass, which covers the tops of buildings, churches and other forms of architecture.
a relatively small roofed structure, generally set on the ridge or peak of a main roof area.
A feature at the top of a roof, usually dome-shaped and opened by windows or columns.
a small dome or similar structure on a roof
A small, domed roof element.
A hip or gable roofed ventilator with four sides that sits on the ridge of a roof.
A small cab built on the roof or side of a caboose to afford a means of lookout for the train crew.
A small dome-like structure on top of a roof. Cupola is Latin for "little barrel" and the word cup derives from cupola.
In architecture, a cupola consists of a dome-shaped or quadrilateral shaped ornamental structure located on top of a larger roof or dome, often used as a lookout or to admit light and provide ventilation. The word comes, through Italian, from the lower Latin 'cupula' (classical Latin 'cupella' from the Greek 'kupellon') small cup (lat. 'cupa') indicating a vault resembling an upside down cup.