Definition of Fenestras
1. fenestra [n] - See also: fenestra
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fenestras
Literary usage of Fenestras
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Synopsis of Criticisms Upon Those Passages of the Old Testament in which by Richard Arthur Francis Barrett (1847)
"Dr. A. Clarke.—4 Windows of narrow lights.'] The Vulgate says, fenestras obliquas, oblique windows ; but what sort of windows could such be ? ..."
2. A Latin-English Dictionary Printed from the Unfinished Ms. of the Late by Thomas Hewitt Key (1888)
"3, 3, 5 ; in aedificia fenestras et ostia imposuit, ... 2, 482 ; 3. in mil. lang, an embrasure, fenestras ad tormenta ..."
3. Compotus Rolls of the Obedientiaries of St. Swithun's Priory, Winchester by Priory of St. Swithun, George William Kitchin, Winchester Cathedral (1892)
"... facienti fenestras ad tres partes turris viz. in partibus occidental}, ... fenestras in occidentali parte ..."