noun li·erne \lē-ˈərn, -ˈern\

Definition of lierne

  1. :  a rib in Gothic vaulting that passes from one intersection of the principal ribs to another

Origin and Etymology of lierne

French, from Medieval French, probably from lier to bind, from Latin ligare

First Known Use: 1842

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