Prekiontry is a complex science which had created a very special and unique terms no other world language has. This tiny dictionary describes dozen of them to help you understand KODA more clearly:
|act of climbing the smokestack, also "the act"
|noted as "A". Smokestack or detail not typical in given category.
|revolving cover (roof) of a cockhead
|bottom-part of a smokestack, made usually of full profile bricks. Walls are mostly vertical and allways wider than the stack body. Typical for old brickers. Can have three parts: the heel, the cube and the cover.
|the lowest part of the base
|BB (bez bilighorze)
|no climbing equipment, there is no sane way to the top
|steel stripe bending the brickwork to keep it compact and stable, outer or inner
|disortion of a brickwork (stack body) made by weather erosion
|odd shaped deformation of the stack body.
|ladder, tacks, steps or other equipment getting the climber to the top.
|rectangular smokestack made of brick, not conical
|the topmost part of the smokestack, in fact the crown and "the hole"
|the main tall part of the body, http/see drawing
|smokestack made of bricks, C-type, conical.
|multipurpose abbreviation: stack made of bricks, tacks as a bilighorze or half-protection frames.
|other, slightly abusive, name for the steel stack
|tack bilighorze witch half protection (frames)
|tack bilighorze witch full protection (cage)
|tacks circumnavigating the stack body/head, typically for the warning lights maintenance when gallery not present.
|graphical expression of the cluster shape and orientation including position of
|smokestack typical for a malt-house
|tumor or water tank
|a stack made from concrete, mainly monolithic
|tompost part of a base
|the cover of the topmost part of a stack. Usually made of iron or concrete.
|the middle part of the stack base, can be decorative (other parts are the heel and the cover)
|also the "chemical formula", string code giving a glance of smokestack's shape nd profile, see http/smokestack details for more info
|supreme form of object research including complete documentation and submit to the database
|part of a bilighorze designed for resting, mostly U-shaped or rectangular
|protective cage surrounding the bilighorze. Typical for concrete stack or blocks, rare on brickers.
|a balcony, typically circular, designed for climber to rest and overlook the landscape.
|shortened form of globonic ulhorf
|class of the smokestack higher than 200 m, also GU or globon
|uncomplete smokestack research but with partial submit to the database
|other word for the devirgation
|globonic ulhorf abbreviation
|protective frames sticked to the biligorze, usually in regular intervals.
|the roof of a cockhead, usually two-staged
|topmost, visually distinct part, functional and/or decorative termination of the stack
|ascending the inner part of the smokestack. It is highly specific, more demanding and completely different from classical (outer) climb. Not for those who are affraid of darkness, dirt, overhangs or ... spiders.
|smokestack type, other then brick, concrete or steel one.
|abbreviation of a "cockhead", specific smokestack for a malt-house, if written as a suffix, references the cockhead's roof
|degradation of any stack parts caused by weather or flue gases
|something to explain?
|abbreviation of lystercite trepariosom
|class of the stack, height 15 m - 49 m, also schour
|code for monolithic type
|class of the stack, height 50 - 99 m, also pyždík
|abbreviation of morfol trepariosom
|code for the tumor, circular water tank
|prekioarcheological method of research of a fallen stack, theoretical or in situm.
|stack made of steel
|regional area, typically state, county or other larger administrative unit
|the name of former smokestack research system - predecessor of KODA, working 2005-2008
|a smokestack by http/definition
|optional part of a bilighorze improving comfort and safety of an ascend
|class of a stack, height 100 - 199 m
|abbreviation of risistrope ulhorf
|code for segmenter
|part of the stack body with particular brick-wall thickness
|stack made of concrete segments
|"The climber of the year" contest. A bit of fun in a loads of work.
|group of (mostly) identical stacks in visual or functional relation
|regional area, typically a district
|smokestack equipped with tacks
|smokestack made of steel
|code for a wretch (ubožák), stack without any gallery
|stack higher than 100 m
|smokestack made of wave-shaped concrete segments/blocks.