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trowel-on mortar

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  • Trowel — Trow el, n. [OE. truel, OF. truele, F. truelle, LL. truella, L. trulla, dim. of trua a ladle; probably akin to Gr. ? a stirrer, ladle, G. quirl a stirrer, MHG. twirel, OHG. dwiril, Icel. [thorn]vara, AS. [thorn]wiril. Cf. {Twirl}.] 1. A mason s… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Trowel bayonet — Trowel Trow el, n. [OE. truel, OF. truele, F. truelle, LL. truella, L. trulla, dim. of trua a ladle; probably akin to Gr. ? a stirrer, ladle, G. quirl a stirrer, MHG. twirel, OHG. dwiril, Icel. [thorn]vara, AS. [thorn]wiril. Cf. {Twirl}.] 1. A… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • trowel — [trou′əl] n. [ME truel < MFr truelle < LL truella for L trulla, small ladle, scoop, trowel < trua, stirring spoon, ladle, prob. < IE base * twer , to stir > TURBID] any of several small hand tools for spreading, smoothing, scooping …   English World dictionary

  • trowel — ► NOUN 1) a small hand held tool with a curved scoop for lifting plants or earth. 2) a small hand held tool with a flat, pointed blade, used to apply and spread mortar or plaster. ► VERB (trowelled, trowelling; US troweled, troweling) ▪ apply or… …   English terms dictionary

  • trowel — mid 14c., tool for spreading plaster or mortar, from O.Fr. truele (13c.), from L.L. truella small ladle, dipper (mid 12c.), dim. of L. trua a stirring spoon, ladle, skimmer. The gardening tool was so called since 1796 …   Etymology dictionary

  • Trowel — A trowel is one of several similar hand tools used for digging, smoothing, or otherwise moving around small amounts of viscous or particulate material.Hand toolsIn gardening, a trowel is a tool with a pointed, scoop shaped metal blade and a… …   Wikipedia

  • Mortar (masonry) — For other uses, see Mortar (disambiguation). Mortar holding weathered bricks Mortar is a workable paste used to bind construction blocks together and fill the gaps between them. The blocks may be stone, brick, cinder blocks, etc. Mortar becomes… …   Wikipedia

  • Mortar joint — In masonry, mortar joints are the spaces between bricks, concrete blocks, or glass blocks, that are filled with mortar or grout. Mortar joints can be made in a series of different fashions, but the most common ones are raked, grapevine, extruded …   Wikipedia

  • mortar — mortar1 /mawr teuhr/, n. 1. a receptacle of hard material, having a bowl shaped cavity in which substances are reduced to powder with a pestle. 2. any of various mechanical appliances in which substances are pounded or ground. 3. a cannon very… …   Universalium

  • trowel — 1. noun a) A mason’s tool, used in spreading and dressing mortar, and breaking bricks to shape them. I need to dig a hole for these begonias; would you pass me that trowel? b) A gardener’s tool, shaped like a …   Wiktionary

  • trowel — troweler; esp. Brit., troweller, n. /trow euhl/, n., v., troweled, troweling or (esp. Brit.) trowelled, trowelling. n. 1. any of various tools having a flat blade with a handle, used for depositing and working mortar, plaster, etc. 2. a similar… …   Universalium