clochdy, nghlochdy, chlochdy, clochdai, chlochdai, glochdai, glochdy, nghlochdai
Noun(1) a bell tower; usually stands alone unattached to a building(2) a room (often at the top of a tower
(1) Conistone St Mary's Church was causing concern as the belfry was deemed too heavy for the supporting walls.(2) He stealthily climbed the belfry to the top, and looked at the soldiers.(3) The belfry and short spire were added about 1200.(4) Grass is growing from gutters and belfry , and windows need to be replaced.(5) Parishioners hope that when the belfry is restored there will still be funds available to install a sixth bell, which has already been donated to the village by an anonymous benefactor.(6) The palace chapel had porcelain bells in the wooden belfry and large porcelain figures of the apostles.(7) Sections of the church, including the belfry , date at least as far back as the early seventeenth century and possibly even earlier.(8) What makes St Michael's church particularly fascinating is that in the belfry there are two friezes which seemingly depict rare and exotic creatures.(9) What is not disputed is that the bell was standing in a belfry atop the Kettins church by the late 17th century, before it was taken down and placed in the churchyard in 1893.(10) The hexagonal belfry contains six louvers with pointed arches and is crowned by an octagonal lantern and a copper dome.(11) ├ö├ç├┐I caught him kissing Violet the preacher's daughter in the belfry last Mass,├ö├ç├û she replied wickedly.(12) The last rang in my ears like a bell's dying toll from a belfry .(13) Despite the fact that it was completed well into the Catholic period of Spain, the Mujedar style is still very clearly present in the cathedral's belfry and lantern tower.(14) The restored belfry will also be home to a new sixth bell, which was recently donated to the church by an anonymous benefactor.(15) Specialists cleaned the clock face and belfry , repaired Suffolk bricks and replaced the low-level roof.(16) He could even make out the belfry , the arched entryway.
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Different Formsbelfries, belfry
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