Intrados meaning

ĭn'trə-dŏs', -dō', ĭn-trā'dŏs', -dōs'
The inner curve of an arch.
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The inside curve or surface of an arch or vault.
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(architecture) The inner curve of an arch or vault.
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Origin of intrados

  • French intra- within (from Latin intrā- intra–) dos back (from Old French) (from Latin dorsum)
    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
  • From French, from Latin intra (“within”) + French dos (“back”) (from Latin dostrum).
    From Wiktionary