- LABEL STOP
- the termination often carved of a dripstone or weather moulding.
- narrow pointed arched window, characteristic of Early English architecture.
- bounty; the granting of alms for charitable purposes, especially upon ceremonial occasions.
- "LEASE FOR THREE LIVES"
- term of lease of land, usually for the life of its holder, his son or wife, and a
- the term used for a subdivision of land in Kent equivalent to a hundred.
- papal emissary or representative of the highest rank or status. The status was also
attached, ex officio, to certain senior ecclesiastical posts, such as the Archbishopric
- LIERNE VAULT (RIB)
- any rib which does not rise from the springer and is not a ridge rib, but crosses
from one boss to another.
- window pane or window division.
- fabric of mingled wool and flax.
- horizontal beam of stone, or wood, across an opening at its top machicolation projecting
part of a stone or brick parapet with holes in the floor, as in hoarding.
- to be given land as a gift from the king. Also means to be given the right to wear
a lord's livery (modified form of his coat of arms).