Arbors

Light, open structures either formed from trees, shrubs, or vines closely planted and twined together to be self-supporting or formed from a latticework frame covered with plants; generally less extensive and less substantial than "pergolas.".

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3040
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arbors American English
arbor American English
arbours British English
arbour British English
priëlen Dutch
prieel Dutch
tuinhuisje Dutch
tuinhuisjes Dutch
cenadores Spanish
cenador Spanish
emparrado Spanish
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Light, open structures either formed from trees, shrubs, or vines closely planted and twined together to be self-supporting or formed from a latticework frame covered with plants; generally less extensive and less substantial than "pergolas."

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Bibliography

  1. 1.  The Getty Art & Architecture Thesaurus, 300006781. The J. Paul Getty Trust.