pergola


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per·go·la

 (pûr′gə-lə)
n.
An arbor or a passageway of columns supporting a roof of trelliswork on which climbing plants are trained to grow.

[Italian, from Latin pergula.]

pergola

(ˈpɜːɡələ)
n
(Horticulture) a horizontal trellis or framework, supported on posts, that carries climbing plants and may form a covered walk
[C17: via Italian from Latin pergula projection from a roof, from pergere to go forward]

per•go•la

(ˈpɜr gə lə)

n., pl. -las.
1. an arbor formed of horizontal trelliswork supported on columns or posts, over which vines or other plants are trained.
2. a colonnade having the form of such an arbor.
[1645–55; < Italian < Latin pergula attachment to a building, arbor]

pergola

- Can be described as an arbor formed of growing plants trained over a trellis.
See also related terms for trained.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.pergola - a framework that supports climbing plantspergola - a framework that supports climbing plants; "the arbor provided a shady resting place in the park"
framework - a structure supporting or containing something
grape arbor, grape arbour - an arbor where grapes are grown
Translations

pergola

[ˈpɜːgələ] Npérgola f

pergola

nPergola f, → Laube f

pergola

[ˈpɜːgələ] npergola
References in classic literature ?
The thick vegetation met overhead, interlacing into a natural pergola, and through this tunnel of verdure in a golden twilight flowed the green, pellucid river, beautiful in itself, but marvelous from the strange tints thrown by the vivid light from above filtered and tempered in its fall.
She was walking up and down a gravel path in the garden of Stogdon House, her sight of the heavens being partially intercepted by the light leafless hoops of a pergola.
Looking now and then at the sky, she went through the list of her cousins' names: Eleanor, Humphrey, Marmaduke, Silvia, Henry, Cassandra, Gilbert, and Mostyn--Henry, the cousin who taught the young ladies of Bungay to play upon the violin, was the only one in whom she could confide, and as she walked up and down beneath the hoops of the pergola, she did begin a little speech to him, which ran something like this:
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If you do go for a pergola, it needn't be immense - we have a small one with just three supports on each side where we grow a cascading honeysuckle and one of the best white roses - Rosa 'Sander's White'.
For 'Sander's White', this means untangling it from the early Dutch honeysuckle and tying it on to the pergola with soft twine, so we can pass through the arch without getting caught.
If you have no wall or pergola to hang it from, it can be grown as a standard with careful pruning and some support, or allowed to scramble through the branches of a tree.
Carlo Pergola from the Institute of Pharmacy of University Jena.
To one end of the terrace are gravel and wooden sleeper insets leading through a rose and clematis pergola to a gar--ble glazing, pitched roof, and power points There is another wrought iron rose and clematis pergola with built-in seating and cobbled base and a further pergola in the parking area.
2] leads to better patient outcomes, according to nephrologist Pablo Pergola of the University of Texas Health Science Center, San Antonio, who presented the findings.
The Friends hope to refurbish the pergola, built in 1922 by Mrs.
The happy couple were not put off by the afternoon rain with Laura escorted through the Matfen rose garden to a specially created pergola, where the ceremony took place, under an umbrella.