from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An oven or kiln in which tiles are baked.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
'Ueberfluss des Herzens' is not German, as little as it is German to say 'Ueberfluss des Hauses (abundance of house), Ueberfluss des Kachelofens (abundance of tile-oven), Ueberfluss der Bank (abundance of bench).'
To the left of this door a brown tile-oven; to its right, a yellow wardrobe.
In front, toward the right, stands a great tile-oven surrounded by a bench.
At the back, to the left of the entrance-door, is a table with bottles and glasses, and beyond this, in the corner, is the great tile-oven.