• (noun): A beam made of wood.
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on timber:

Coconut Timber - Usage
... Coconut timber has many applications as both a structural and interior design material ... The harder, high-density timber is suitable for general structural purposes such as pillars, trusses, rafting, furniture, window and doorframes, floors, decking and ... Medium density coconut timber can be used for walls, ceiling joists and horizontal studs ...
Coconut Timber - Properties
... Coconut timber is classified according to three degrees of density High-density timber (dermal) – hard 600-900kg/m³ Medium-density timber (sub-dermal) – medium/hard 400-600kg/m³ Low-density timber (c ...
Timber Recycling - Recycling Timber
... Recycled timber most commonly comes from old buildings, bridges and wharfs, where it is carefully stripped out and put aside by demolishers ... The demolishers then sell the salvaged timber to merchants who then re-mill the timber by manually scanning it with a metal detector, which allows the timber to be de-nailed and sawn to size ... Once re-milled the timber is commonly sold to consumers in the form of timber flooring, beams and decking ...
Coconut Timber
... Coconut timber is a hardwood-substitute from coconut palm trees ... It is a new timber resource that comes from plantation crops and offers an alternative to rainforest timber ...
Adventure Bay, Tasmania
... station, and during the 19th and 20th century it was used by the timber industry ... township of Adventure Bay at the southern end of the bay itself was the site of both extensive timber mills and a long jetty from where seagoing vessels could load timber ...

More definitions of "timber":

  • (noun): The wood of trees cut and prepared for use as building material.
    Synonyms: lumber
  • (noun): A post made of wood.
  • (noun): (music) the distinctive property of a complex sound (a voice or noise or musical sound).
    Synonyms: timbre, quality, tone

Famous quotes containing the word timber:

    This fellow will but join you together as they join
    wainscot; then one of you will prove a shrunk panel, and
    like green timber warp, warp.
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)

    Here commences what was called, twenty years ago, the best timber land in the State. This very spot was described as “covered with the greatest abundance of pine,” but now this appeared to me, comparatively, an uncommon tree there,—and yet you did not see where any more could have stood, amid the dense growth of cedar, fir, etc.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    Green springs the tree, hemp grows, the wag is wild,
    But when they meet, it makes the timber rot;
    It frets the halter, and it chokes the child.
    Sir Walter Raleigh (1552?–1618)