pierrotage

noun pier·ro·tage \pē¦erə¦täzh\

Definition of pierrotage

plural

-s

  1. :  a stone and mortar filler used between framing members in southern colonial architecture

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Origin and Etymology of pierrotage

French, collection of small stones, from (assumed) pierrot (diminutive of pierre stone, from Latin petra) + -age


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