Meaning of throughband in English:

throughband

Pronunciation /ˈθruːband/

adjective

rare
  • Designating a stone, piece of turf, etc., extending through the breadth of a wall or dyke so as to bind the sides together.

noun

rare Scottish
  • A throughband stone, piece of turf, etc.

Origin

Late 18th century; earliest use found in James Anderson (1739–1808), agriculturist and political economist. In some forms from through- + band.