Architects call a layer of bricks a wythe. After the Great Fire of London, where thousands of wooden buildings were destroyed, King Henry VIII passed a law that the walls of all new buildings must be made of at least six layers of brick.
This is known as the six wythes of Henry the Eighth.
"Not tonight darling, I have a headache" - Wife
"Not to worry love, we'll soon sort that out" - Henry VIII