haunched mortise-and-tenon joint

haunched mortise-and-tenon joint

A joint between two members, formed by fitting a haunched tenon at the end of one of the members into a corresponding mortise in the other.
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Numerous variations of the basic joint exist, including the blind, barefaced, stub, keyed, pinned or pegged, open or slip, and haunched mortise-and-tenon joints (Feirer 1963).