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A short column used in a group to support a rail, as commonly found on the side of a stairway; a banister
{n} a rail, a small pillar or column
One of a series of short vertical posts, often ornamental, used to support a rail
Closely spaced vertical supports for railing
Any of the vertical supports for a stair, balcony or railing
A narrow vertical member which helps support the handrail
an upright, such as a table leg or rail, shaped like a vase or urn
{i} supporting post of a railing
A type of English drinking glass of the late 17th and 18th centuries, with the stem in the form of a baluster (In architecture, a baluster is a short vertical support with a circular section and a vaselike outline )
one of a series of short vertical posts that support a rail and form a balustrade, often forming the roofline of a building as well as the border of a staircase or porch
One of a series of short posts or pillars that make up a Balustrade and support the rail at the top and stand on the base at the bottom
A small column or rod that supports balustrade or railing
A short column used in a group to support a rail, as commonly found on the side of a stairway
- A shape (e g , of old measures) in which the curved outline broadens above the foot and narrows towards the neck
The vertical member supporting the handrail of a staircase
The vertical support for a stair railing, usually a number of spindles extending from the tread to the rail, or from a bottom rail to a top rail
The name given to a shape of a vase or other vessel that is slender above and bulging below Example
one of a number of closely spaced supports for a railing
Light pillars used to infill the space between the top edge of the outer string and the underside of the handrail in a flight of steps
A short post or pillar in a series that supports a rail, thus forming a balustrade May be curved or straight
A small column or pilaster, used as a support to the rail of an open parapet, to guard the side of a staircase, or the front of a gallery
A bulbous design form where the stem bulges out on the middle and returns to its original diameter Usually turned or round in form
small pillar or column of fanciful outline
Vertical stair member that supports the stair rail
vertical members of a stair rail, usually decorative
A spindle or post supporting a stair handrail or forming part of a balustrade
An upright support for a rail
A short post or pillar in a series supporting a rail or coping and thus forming a balustrade
A small column
one of a set of small pillars supporting a handrail
One of a series of supporting elements for a handrail
A turned, carved or otherwise vertical section placed between the handrail and the stair tread or stair stringer
a railing at the side of a staircase or balcony to prevent people from falling
The upright supports of a staircase
Usually small vertical members in a railing used between a top rail and the stair treads or a bottom rail
vertical pieces or spindles that support a handrail A row of balusters is called a balustrade Codes set minimum distances for spacing
Decorated vertical posts used beneath a handrail to make up a balastrade on stairs and around landings
Vertical members in a railing used between a top rail and bottom rail or the stair treads Sometimes referred to as "pickets" or "spindles "



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    [ 'ba-l&-st&r ] (noun.) 1602. French balustre, from Italian balaustro 'pillar', from balausta 'wild pomegranate flower', so named because of resemblance to the swelling form of the half-open flower, from Ancient Greek βαλαύστιον (balaustion), from Semitic (compare Aramaic balatz 'wild pomegranate flower').

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