guttae


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gut·tae

(gut'ē),
Plural of gutta.
[L.]

guttae (gtt, gtts, GTTS)

Etymology: L, drops
the plural of gutta, more than one drop, as in guttae pro auribus, or ear drops, or guttae ophthalmicae, or eyedrops.
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He states that it seems plausible to assume "at one time the triglyphs did mask the ends of wooden beams," and that "the droplike shapes below, called guttae," seen also in many twentieth-century architecture "are the descendants of wooden pegs (26)" However, form as the primogenitor of function transcended architecture to transportation.