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Here are a few terms from hundreds of years ago that
structural engineers still use today: Corbel, Plinth
(used rarely today), Capital

Cliff 

> Architectural engineering is endowed with many terms
> whose meanings were probably a lot more specific a
> few
> hundred years ago than they are now.  If anyone has
> other examples, I'd be interested.  



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