from The Century Dictionary.
- noun In architecture, a bonder or bond-stone; a stone placed across the breadth of a wall, so that one end appears in each face of the wall, as distinguished from a stone of which the greatest length is placed in the direction of the course of the wall; a perpend. Also
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- noun Scottish and Northern English A horizontal
slabacting as a gravestone
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