Definitions for gadroongəˈdrun
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
an elaborately carved or indented convex molding.
a series of curved, inverted flutings, or of convex and concave flutings, used esp. as a decorative edging on articles of silver, earthenware, wood, etc.
Origin of gadroon:
1715–25; < F godron, MF goderon
Any of a series of raised decorative curves used as adornments on the necks of vases, silverware, etc.
Origin: From godron.