Transom vs. Mullion

Transom vs. Mullion — Is There a Difference?
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Difference Between Transom and Mullion

Transomnoun

A horizontal crosspiece over a door or between a door and a window above it.

Mullionnoun

A vertical member, as of stone or wood, dividing a window or other opening.

Transomnoun

A small hinged window above a door or another window.

Mullionnoun

A vertical bar between the panes of glass or casements of a window or the panels of a screen.

Transomnoun

A horizontal dividing bar of wood or stone in a window.

Mullionverb

(transitive) To shape into divisions by means of mullions.

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Transomnoun

A lintel.

Mullionnoun

a nonstructural vertical strip between the casements or panes of a window (or the panels of a screen)

Transomnoun

The stern of a square-sterned boat or ship.

Transomnoun

Any of several transverse beams affixed to the sternpost of a wooden ship and forming part of the stern.

Transomnoun

The aftermost transverse structural member in a steel ship, including the floor, frame, and beam assembly at the sternpost.

Transomnoun

The horizontal beam on a cross or gallows.

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Transomnoun

A crosspiece over a door; a lintel.

Transomnoun

A horizontal dividing bar in a window.

Transomnoun

A transom window.

Transomnoun

(nautical) Any of several transverse structural members in a ship, especially at the stern; a thwart.

Transomnoun

(nautical) The flat or nearly flat stern of a boat or ship.

Transomnoun

The horizontal beam on a cross or gallows.

Transomnoun

Items that have arrived over the transom.

We are overwhelmed with transom resumes.They only met the deadline by working most of the night and making a transom filing.

Transomnoun

a window above a door and hinged to a transom

Transomnoun

a horizontal crosspiece across a window or separating a door from a window over it