Corbel-table

Cor"bel-ta`ble

(?), n. (Arch.) A horizontal row of corbels, with the panels or filling between them; also, less properly used to include the stringcourse on them.
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{

Cor"bie

or

Cor"by

} (kr"b), n.;
pl. Corbies (-bz).
[F. corbeau, OF. corbel, dim. fr. L. corvus raven.] 1. (Zol.) The raven. [Scot.]
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2. (her.) A raven, crow, or chough, used as a charge.
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Corbie crow, the carrion crow. [Scot.]
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