Definition of soulace in English:

soulace

noun

Architecture
historical
  • A brace or beam of wood used for support between a rafter and collar beam.

Origin

Late Middle English. Apparently from an (unattested) Anglo-Norman compound from suz, souz, suth, south, southe under + lace, las.

Pronunciation

soulace

/ˈsuːleɪs/