Meaning of rimbase in English:

rimbase

Pronunciation /ˈrɪmbeɪs/

noun

historical
  • Each of the two bodies of metal (originally cylindrical) forming a junction between the trunnions and the main shaft of a cannon, field gun, etc.

Origin

Early 19th century. From rim + base, apparently showing folk-etymological alteration of French embase, specific use of embase supporting or reinforcing part from embase- (in embasement continuous pedestal under a building from en- + base + -ment, after Italian imbasamento).