Simple past tense and previous participle of overhang.
Suspended from overhead: an overhung door.
Covered over; ornamented with hangings.
Suspended from above or through the top.
Hung from overhead: said of a sliding door with regards to moves, in the shape of door-hangers or any other devices, upon a rail at the top. An underhung door is one in which the body weight associated with door is held by a rail resting on the floor or because of the wall surface nearby the foot of the home.
In mech., having no outboard bearing; holding regarding end of a shaft; hung on or sustained by a shaft having a bearing just using one region of the piece that is supported.