Can also be elaborate, Dutch gable is a term used to describe any gable which is curved although it properly refers to a gable which has curved sides and a carved pediment at the top.
A nepus gable (Scottish) is a small wallhead gable on the front of a building surmounted by a chimney, and often containing a window. Sometimes referred to as a Timpan gable.
The gable wall is the area below the roof shape.
A gablet is a small gable used as a decorative feature. A gable springer is the same thing as a skew putt. The stone at the apex is usually referred to as the saddle stone.