hypaethral


hy·pae·thral

adjective \hī-ˈpē-thrəl\

Definition of HYPAETHRAL

1
:  having a roofless central space <hypaethral temple>
2
:  open to the sky

Origin of HYPAETHRAL

Latin hypaethrus exposed to the open air, from Greek hypaithros, from hypo- + aithēr ether, air — more at ether
First Known Use: 1794

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