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Definition of beam:
- A heavy iron lever having an oscillating motion on a central axis, one end of which is connected with the piston rod from which it receives motion, and the other with the crank of the wheel shaft; -- called also working beam or walking beam.
- One of the long feathers in the wing of a hawk; -- called also beam feather.
- To send forth; to emit; -- followed ordinarily by forth; as, to beam forth light.
- occurs in the Authorized Version as the rendering of various Hebrew words. In 1 Samuel 17:7 , it means a weaver's frame or principal beam; in Habakkuk 2:11 , a crossbeam or girder; 2 Kings 6:2 2 Kings 6:5 , a cross-piece or rafter of a house; 1 Kings 7:6 , an architectural ornament as a projecting step or moulding; Ezek. 41:25 , a thick plank. In the New Testament the word occurs only in Matthew 7:3 Matthew 7:4 Matthew 7:5 , and Luke 6:41 Luke 6:42 , where it means ( Gr. dokos) a large piece of wood used for building purposes, as contrasted with " mote" ( Gr. karphos), a small piece or mere splinter. " Mote" and " beam" became proverbial for little and great faults.
- A structural member that crosses supports and carries load vertically. The three types are simple, continuous, and cantilever.
- To emit rays of light; to shine. On the beam, at right angles to the keel. On her beam ends, when a ship is thrown so much over on one side that the beams approach a vertical position. To be on one's beam ends, to be in extreme embarrassment.
- To send forth; to emit; - followed ordinarily by forth; as, to beam forth light.
- To send forth, as rays of light.
- To send forth light: to shine.
- To send out as rays of light.
- To furnish with beams.
- To burnish.
- To emit beams of light.
- To send out rays; to shine.
- smile radiantly; express joy through one's facial expression
- express with a beaming face or smile; " he beamed his approval"
- To shine; be radiant.
- To send forth; to emit.
- To throw out rays, as the sun; to dart; to glitter or shine.
- long thick piece of wood or metal or concrete, etc., used in construction
- breadth amidships
- ( nautical) breadth amidships
- especially of the complexion: show a strong bright color, such as red or pink; " Her face glowed when she came out of the sauna"
- Any large piece of timber or iron long in proportion to its thickness, and prepared for use.
- One of the principal horizontal timbers of a building or ship.
- The width of a vessel; as, one vessel is said to have more beam than another.
- The principal stem or horn of a stag or other deer, which bears the antlers, or branches.
- The pole of a carriage.
- A cylinder of wood, making part of a loom, on which weavers wind the warp before weaving; also, the cylinder on which the cloth is rolled, as it is woven; one being called the fore beam, the other the back beam.
- The straight part or shank of an anchor.
- The main part of a plow, to which the handles and colter are secured, and to the end of which are attached the oxen or horses that draw it.
- A ray or collection of parallel rays emitted from the sun or other luminous body; as, a beam of light, or of heat.
- Fig.: A ray; a gleam; as, a beam of comfort.
- A heavy iron lever having an oscillating motion on a central axis, one end of which is connected with the piston rod from which it receives motion, and the other with the crank of the wheel shaft; - called also working beam or walking beam.
- One of the long feathers in the wing of a hawk; - called also beam feather.
- A long piece of timber or iron used to support the rafters of a building; one of the principal crosswise horizontal timbers of a building or ship; the extreme breadth of a ship; the bar of a balance on which the scales are hung; a ray or the parallel rays of light given out from the sun or any other body which gives forth light.
- A large and straight piece of timber or iron forming one of the main supports of a building, ship, etc.: the part of a balance from which the scales hang: the pole of a carriage: a cylinder of wood in a loom: a ray of light.
- A large piece of timber; a ray of light.
- A long horizontal piece of wood, stone, or metal in the frame of a building.
- The bar of a balance.
- A ray of light, or a group of rays.
- A large piece of timber or metal laid across the walls to support the principal rafters in a building; a transverse piece of timber, the width of a ship, supporting the deck and staying the sides; any large and long piece of timber; the part of a balance, from the ends of which the scales are suspended; the pole of a carriage; a cylinder, or part of a loom, on which weavers wind the warp; also, a cylinder on which the cloth is rolled, as it is woven; the main piece of a plough, in which the plough- tails are fixed, and by which it is drawn; the shank of an anchor; the part on the head of a stag which bears the antlers; a collection of parallel rays of light emitted from the sun, or other luminous body; a ray.
- Any large and long piece of timber or iron; the principal piece of timber in a building; the rod from which the scales are suspended; the horn of a stag; ray of light.
Usage examples for beam
The untidy little kitchen, with its bright fire, its deep shadows and its white clothes hung along the line; Tony's drooping figure, bent over the hearth in an old blue guernsey: the contrasting redness of his face, and the beam of light from a cracked lamp- shade falling across his wet, memory- stuck blue eyes.... A Poor Man's House by Stephen Sydney Reynolds