bargeboard

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I. noun

a board, typically an ornamental one, fixed to the gable end of a roof to hide the ends of the roof timbers.
– origin mid 19th cent.: from mid 16th-cent. barge- (used in architectural terms relating to the gable of a building), perhaps from medieval Latin bargus ‘gallows’.

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