bargeboard definition by Webster's New World
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a board, often ornate, attached along the barge couples of a gabled roof, as in Tudor and Gothic architecture
Origin: see barge couple
bargeboard definition by American Heritage Dictionary
A board, often ornately carved, attached along the projecting edge of a pitched roof in front of a gable.
Origin: Origin unknown.