The ear drum, or middle ear. Sometimes applied incorrectly to the tympanic membrane. See Ear.
The recessed face of a pediment within the frame made by the upper and lower cornices, being usually a triangular space or table.
The space within an arch, and above a lintel or a subordinate arch, spanning the opening below the arch.
A drum-shaped wheel with spirally curved partitions by which water is raised to the axis when the wheel revolves with the lower part of the circumference submerged, -- used for raising water, as for irrigation.
An area above a door between the lintel and the arch. Frequently carved with relief sculptures
Recessed vertical face of triangular space between lintel and arch of door.
The membrane covering the external opening of the middle ear chamber or vestibule.
The roughly semicircular area of stone or other material enclosed by an arch that springs from a lintel, usually found in medieval architecture above a doorway or portal, and often highly decorated. Also, in Classical architecture, the area enclosed by pediment.
The triangular space enclosed by the cornice or molding of a pediment.
Triangular space in the pediment of a classical building, semicircular solid space between the arch and lintel of a Gothic doorway or between the covering arch and lights of a window. (Wood, Margaret. The English Medieval House, 415)
The triangular recessed space beneath the coping of a pedimant and between the raking cornice of the roof and the horizontal geison below.
The recessed face of a pediment within the frame above an arched entrance.
area (either semi-circular or triangular) which dominates a portal. Often with sculpted ornamental work.
eardrum; most frogs and toads have a large external one
the visible, external ear drum
the eardrum; can be used to distinguish sex in some species, such as pig frogs, where the males have larger tympanums than the females.
Space between lintel and arch over doorway.
This is the external ear drum visible on the side of the head of most frogs.
membrane separating outer ear from middle ear: the eardrum.
the main cavity of the ear; between the eardrum and the inner ear
the membrane in the ear that vibrates to sound
Vertical triangular space, plain or with relief decoration, between the slopes of a roof and the horizontal cornice of a temple or other building with a pediment.
A triangular space between an arch and the horizontal bar of a portal or window (lintel), often decorated with sculpture (fig.3,C).
Recessed semicircular or triangular space over a doorway enclosed by the lintel and the arch
The ear drum, which is visible on the side of the head. See the Anatomy page for a photo.
a panel of stone, often carved with relief sculpture, filling an arch above the lintel of an opening
tympana (Lat., "drum"): the triangular area enclosed within a classical pediment.
A thoracic or abdominal hearing mechanism based upon membrane vibration registered via scolio-receptors.
Triangular face of a pediment
the basically semicircular panel above a main doorway, usually heavily decorated ( Also see 'portal' and 'porch')
eardrum. [see diagram].
the triangle in the face of a pediment or the semi-circle in the head of an arch.
Space between the lintel of a doorway and the arch above it
a panel above a main portal, or doorway, usually heavily decorated.
Space (triangular or rounded) enclosed by pediment, often with decoration.
The external eardrum.
The arched section over the dial of a clock.
the brown, circular disc behind the eyes of frogs and toads which functions as an eardrum
The membrane which separates the outer ear from the middle ear.
the ear drum visually seen on some lizards
The space enclosed by a lintel and an arch over a doorway.
The panel, usually semicircular, located between the underside of an arch and the top of a doorway within the arch; also the triangular space enclosed by a pediment.
recessed space enclosed by slanting cornices of a pediment