A rectangular column with a capital and base, projecting just slightly from a wall as an ornamental motif.
A rectangular column that jobs partly from the wall to which it attached; it provides the appearance of a support, it is limited to decoration.
An upright architectural user right-angled in program, constructionally a pier (See pier, 1 (b)), but architecturally matching to a column, having money, shaft, and base to trust those regarding the columns of the identical purchase. Normally the projection from the wall surface is the one third of the width, or less.
A square pillar, featuring its money and base, projecting from a pier, or from a wall, to the level of from one one-fourth to at least one third of their breadth; an engaged pillar.
a rectangular line that usually projects about a 3rd of their width from the wall surface to which it really is affixed