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
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