Definition of Nogging

1. Noun. Rough brick masonry used to fill in the gaps in a wooden frame.

Generic synonyms: Brickwork



Definition of Nogging

1. n. Rough brick masonry used to fill in the interstices of a wooden frame, in building.

Definition of Nogging

1. Verb. (present participle of nog) ¹

2. Noun. A horizontal beam used in the construction of a building, especially to strengthen upright posts ¹

3. Noun. Rough brick masonry used to fill open spaces ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Nogging

1. a type of masonry [n -S] - See also: masonry

Medical Definition of Nogging

1. Rough brick masonry used to fill in the interstices of a wooden frame, in building. Origin: From Nog. Source: Websters Dictionary (01 Mar 1998)

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Literary usage of Nogging

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1. I.C.S. Reference Library: A Series of Textbooks Prepared for the Students of by International Correspondence Schools (1909)
"BRICK nogging 17. Stud partitions in brick buildings and the space between the outside studs in wooden houses are often filled with brickwork, ..."

2. The builder's price book by Experienced Surveyor (1804)
"Done with place brick, and laid flat - Ditto laid on edge - Done with grey (tocks, and laid flat - Ditto laid on edge - Labour to flat brick nogging Ditto ..."

3. Spons' Dictionary of Engineering, Civil, Mechanical, Military, and Naval by Edward Spon, Oliver Byrne (1870)
"BRICK-nogging. Fu., Remplissage ile briques d'un ... Although brick-nogging does not add to the strength of a partition, "it is some little security against ..."

4. Notes on Building Construction by Henry Fidler, Great Britain Dept. of Science and Art (1875)
"In very common work, or when there is not room for a thicker partition, the brick nogging is of brick on edge, and therefore only 3 inches thick. ..."

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