By Jay Dearborn Edwards, Nicolas Kariouk Pecquet Du Bellay De Verton, William R. Brockway, Charles Funderburk
All through Louisiana’s colonial and postcolonial classes, there developed a hugely really expert vocabulary for describing the region’s constructions, humans, and cultural landscapes. This creolized language a different mix of localisms and phrases borrowed from French, Spanish, English, Indian, and Caribbean assets built to fit the multiethnic wishes of settlers, planters, explorers, developers, surveyors, and govt officers. this present day this ancient vernacular is usually opaque to people who have to comprehend its meanings, yet with A Creole Lexicon, Jay Edwards and Nicholas Kariouk supply a hugely prepared source for its restoration. Newly produced diagrams and drawings, in addition to unique reproductions, and 16 topic indexes assist in making this a useful reference for exploring and retaining Louisiana’s cultural background.
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Extra info for A Creole Lexicon: Architecture, Landscape, People
Analy: an expansion added to the exterior of the central unit of a house. It is covered with its own roof, geometrically and structurally distinct from that of the main unit (Fig. 13, 1–4). See appentis, core module, expansion module, plan type (3). apron1 (E n). Louisiana rural vernacular speech: a roof extension, usually bracketed. See abat-vent, fausse galerie. apron2 (E n). See banquette, glacis d’argile. arasement (F, FC n, m). ” See assiette (3), rang. arbalétrier ; arbalêtrier (F; FC n, m), occasionally arbalétrière (F, FC n, f); also chevron-volant (F, FC n, m).
They are also occasionally used in trémie (framed chimney space) construction, as at Shadows on the Teche, in New Iberia. Sp ensamble a caja y espiga con llave. See tenon mouche, trémie. 10) assemblage à languettes et rainures: tongue-and-groove joints (Fig. 8j). Sp ensamble a ranura y lengüeta o machiembrado. See embouveté, languette. 11) assemblage à goujons et tourillons. E gudgeon: a socket or groove; tourillon: a spline or feather: a strip of wood set into matching grooves or sockets in two conjoined pieces of wood (Fig.
Originally, it referred to the amount of open land that could be plowed by one yoke of oxen in one day. 4448 Eng. ) on each side. This acre amounted to 77,440 pieds carrés. An intermediate measure of 1/4 acre or 40 sq. perches was called la vergée. Though in use at the time of Louisiana’s settlement, these units of measure were apparently not carried into Louisiana (Zupko 1978:1). See perche (4). 2) The American acre: a unit of land equivalent to 43,560 sq. 183 superficial (areal) arpents. 7 ft.
A Creole Lexicon: Architecture, Landscape, People by Jay Dearborn Edwards, Nicolas Kariouk Pecquet Du Bellay De Verton, William R. Brockway, Charles Funderburk