Meaning of triglyph
Pronunciation: (trī'glif"), [key]
— n. Archit.
- a structural member of a Doric frieze, separating two consecutive metopes, and consisting typically of a rectangular block with two vertical grooves or glyphs, and two chamfers or half grooves at the sides, together counting as a third glyph, and leaving three flat vertical bands on the face of the block. See diag. under column.