stucco

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A plaster that is used to coat interior or exterior walls, or used for mouldings
To coat or decorate with stucco
{n} a fine plaster for walls, a fine plasterwork
{v} to plaster or overlay with stucco
An outside plaster made with Portland cement as its base
> A plaster-like material used for sculpture
A coating for exterior walls made from Portland cement, lime, sand, and water
coat with stucco; "stucco the ceiling"
An external render with a decorative textured or imitation stone finish, made of lime, Portland cement and sand and used in the coating of houses and other buildings until the mid-twentieth century (More on stucco)
a plaster now made mostly from Portland cement and sand and lime; applied while soft to cover exterior walls or surfaces coat with stucco; "stucco the ceiling"
Plaster or cement coating over stone or brick
decorate with stucco work; "stuccoed ceilings"
Plaster of any kind used as a coating for walls, especially, a fine plaster, composed of lime or gypsum with sand and pounded marble, used for internal decorations and fine work
A finish composed of two or more layers of mortar (white or colored) that is applied to either indoor or outdoor walls back to top
To overlay or decorate with stucco, or fine plaster
Any cement-like material used as an exterior covering for walls and the like, put on wet and drying hard and durable
A material that was sold door to door in the early 1900’s to apply to the exterior of frame and masonry structures as additional insulation and an updated look
Stucco is a type of plaster used for covering walls and decorating ceilings. a type of plaster that is used especially to cover the outside walls of buildings. Exterior or interior plasterwork used as three-dimensional ornamentation, as a smooth paintable surface, or as a wet ground for fresco painting. Today the term is most often restricted to the rough plaster coating of exterior walls. Examples occur worldwide; stucco was applied to the temple walls of ancient Greece as early as 1400 BC. Roman architects stuccoed the rough stone or brick walls of monuments such as the baths at Hadrian's Villa. Stucco was widely used in Baroque and Renaissance architecture. Because of the many ways in which it can be treated, stuccowork has remained popular. In the warmer regions of the U.S., the 1920s stucco bungalow became virtually ubiquitous
A mixture of cement, sand, lime and water spread over metal screening or chicken wire or wooden lath on wooden walls to form the exterior covering of and exterior wall
A masonry finish that is usually applied to the exterior surfaces of buildings in place of siding or other materials
a plaster now made mostly from Portland cement and sand and lime; applied while soft to cover exterior walls or surfaces
Stucco is very similar to plaster on an interior wall Stucco, like vinyl, is a durable siding It is composed of sand, water and cement Today some stucco has an acrylic finish In a traditional stucco application, wire mesh is attached to the sheathing and studs of the house Two or three coats of various stucco mixtures are then applied over the wire mesh Finally, the top coat of a stucco siding is applied with a smooth or textured finish
Exterior plaster
Generally, an exterior plaster that has Portland cement as its base
Form of Plaster
Work made of stucco; stuccowork
A sturdy type of plaster used on exterior walls; often spread in a decorative pattern
Final cement color coat plastered in the exterior of an adobe-style building
decorate with stucco work; "stuccoed ceilings
Most commonly refers to an outside plaster made with Portland cement as its base
{f} apply stucco to a surface, coat with stucco
A textured, exterior house surface where cement mortar material is applied in a soft state and dries in hard form
A mixture of sand and cement used to cover the exterior surface or interior walls of a home or building
{i} durable coating for exterior walls; plaster used for decorative interior work; plaster coating for interior walls
stuke
stucco work
stucco finish, decorative moldings done in stucco
stuccoes
plural of stucco
stuccos
plural of stucco
stucco

    Hyphenation

    stuc·co

    Turkish pronunciation

    stʌkō

    Synonyms

    render

    Pronunciation

    /ˈstəkō/ /ˈstʌkoʊ/

    Etymology

    [ 'st&-(")kO ] (noun.) 1598. Italian stucco "stucco, plaster" from Old Italian stucco, of Germanic origin, from Lombardic *stucki "crust, fragment, piece" from Proto-Germanic *stukjan, *stukjaz, *stukō, *stūkō (“stick, beam, stump”) from Proto-Indo-European *stAug- (“stalk”). Akin to German stukki "crust, fragment, piece" (German Stück "piece"), Old Saxon stukki "piece, fragment", Old English stycce "piece, fragment".

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