A joint between metal pipes in which one pipe is cut to fit around the other. Also: a metal joint, used chiefly with sheet metal, in which the edge of one member is bent over the upturned edge of the next.
A bone joint in which the articulating surfaces are convex in one direction and concave in the other, allowing movement in two axes.
3A joint in which the ends of adjoining blocks are shaped to direct rainwater away from the mortar in the joint.
A joint used to join an upright timber to a horizontal one, formed by cutting a notch in one timber to receive a corresponding projection or tenon cut in the other.
Mid 19th century. From saddle + joint.