Found 3 items, similar to vault.
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n 1: a burial chamber (usually underground) [syn: burial vault
2: a strongroom or compartment (often made of steel) for
safekeeping of valuables [syn: bank vault
3: an arched brick or stone ceiling or roof
4: the act of jumping over an obstacle [syn: hurdle
v 1: jump across or leap over (an obstacle) [syn: overleap
2: bound vigorously
English → English
(v[add]lt; see Note, below), n. [OE. voute, OF.
voute, volte, F. vo[^u]te, LL. volta, for voluta, volutio,
fr. L. volvere, volutum, to roll, to turn about. See
, and cf. Vault
a leap, Volt
a turn, Volute
1. (Arch.) An arched structure of masonry, forming a ceiling
The long-drawn aisle and fretted vault. --Gray.
2. An arched apartment; especially, a subterranean room, use
for storing articles, for a prison, for interment, or the
like; a cell; a cellar. “Charnel vaults.”
The silent vaults of death. --Sandys.
To banish rats that haunt our vault. --Swift.
3. The canopy of heaven; the sky.
That heaven's vault should crack. --Shak.
4. [F. volte, It. volta, originally, a turn, and the same
word as volta an arch. See the Etymology above.] A leap or
(a) (Man.) The bound or leap of a horse; a curvet.
(b) A leap by aid of the hands, or of a pole, springboard,
or the like.
Note: The l in this word was formerly often suppressed in
, Cradle vault
, Cylindrical vault
(Arch.), a kind of vault having two parallel
abutments, and the same section or profile at all points.
It may be rampant, as over a staircase (see Rampant vault
, under Rampant
), or curved in plan, as around the
apse of a church.
. (Arch.) See under 1st Cove
, v. t.
(Arch.), a vault having groins, that is, one
in which different cylindrical surfaces intersect one
another, as distinguished from a barrel, or wagon, vault.
. (Arch.) See under Rampant
(Arch.), a vault differing from others in
having solid ribs which bear the weight of the vaulted
surface. True Gothic vaults are of this character.
, a partly glazed plate inserted in a pavement
or ceiling to admit light to a vault below.
, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Vaulted
; p. pr. & vb. n.
.] [OE. vouten, OF. volter, vouter, F. vo[^u]ter.
1. To form with a vault, or to cover with a vault; to give
the shape of an arch to; to arch; as, vault a roof; to
vault a passage to a court.
The shady arch that vaulted the broad green alley.
2. [See Vault
, v. i.] To leap over; esp., to leap over by
aid of the hands or a pole; as, to vault a fence.
I will vault credit, and affect high pleasures.
, v. i. [Cf. OF. volter, F. voltiger, It. volt?re
turn. See Vault
, n., 4.]
1. To leap; to bound; to jump; to spring.
Vaulting ambition, which o'erleaps itself. --Shak.
Leaning on his lance, he vaulted on a tree.
Lucan vaulted upon Pegasus with all the heat and
intrepidity of youth. --Addison.
2. To exhibit feats of tumbling or leaping; to tumble.