from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Brickwork used to fill in the open spaces in a wall between studs or or other framing members.
- n. A short horizontal wooden beam used to strengthen upright posts in the framework of a wall.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. Present participle of nog.
- n. A horizontal beam used in the construction of a building, especially to strengthen upright posts
- n. Rough brick masonry used to fill open spaces
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Rough brick masonry used to fill in the interstices of a wooden frame, in building.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In building, brickwork serving to fill the interstices between wooden quarters, especially in partitions.
- n. In ship carpentry, the act of securing the heels of the shores with treenails. See nog.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. rough brick masonry used to fill in the gaps in a wooden frame
Not Blogging (otherwise known as nogging) « Squash
I'm afraid I couldn't stop laughing when I realised that the only apple to actually have fallen off the tree had managed to hit him right on the nogging!
I'm going to have put that in the old nogging and try to figure out what that means.....
Scorched into my nogging Harry Chapin came from a lot of money, but he was driving a damn Ford Pinto.
She was out "egg-nogging," as I used to call it, when Mrs. Sewall called.
Tea at a tiny inn sunk in a dell through which a sleepy lane trickled between high banks -- tea in the pocket garden under sweet-smelling limes, where stocks stood orderly and honeysuckle sprawled over the brick-nogging, brought back old days of happy fellowship, just to outshine their memory.
There were houses of brick-nogging, which derived their chief support from those adjoining.
She's in that stage where she takes some nasty spills about 5 times a day - the stage poor Shane-bug was stuck in for awhile because of his disproportionately large nogging.
Brick may be of hard-burned clay, sand lime or gva»tyof cement and, except for nogging, fire-stopping and non-bearing or curtain walls not exposed to the weather, shall be hard and strong, of quality approved as satisfactory by the com - missioner.
or a bouncy nun to put them over her latex clad knee and give them a proper spanking whilst telling them they've been very, very naughty. who can tell? i especially like the one fellow in the long red dress, er, robes as he dives toward the other character only to get a punch in the nogging from a burly copper.