A cup-shaped receptacle made of hard material, in which ingredients are crushed or ground, used especially in cooking or pharmacy
A mixture of lime with cement, sand, and water, used in building to bond bricks or stones
A layer of mortar between courses of brickwork or masonry.
Military a soldier who operates or fires a mortar.
The barrel of a mortar.
A large mortar formed by excavating a hollow in the ground; specifically one used in papermaking for grinding material to a smooth pulp.
A mortar that fires rockets.
Mortar laid on roughly, especially as a first coat.
A type of small mortar.
A light simple mortar designed to propel a bomb into enemy trenches
Used to refer to a traditional business that has expanded its activities to operate also on the Internet
An academic cap with a stiff, flat, square top and a tassel