Fretwork



[fret-wurk] /ˈfrɛtˌwɜrk/

noun
1.
ornamental consisting of interlacing parts, especially in which the design is formed by perforation.
2.
any pattern of dark and light, such as that of perforated fretwork.
/ˈfrɛtˌwɜːk/
noun
1.
decorative geometrical carving or openwork
2.
any similar pattern of light and dark
3.
ornamental work of three-dimensional frets
n.

also fret-work, c.1600, from fret (n.) + work (n.).

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