femerell

noun fem·er·ell \ ˈfem(ə)rəl , -məˌrel \

Definition of femerell

plural -s
:a small open structure on a roof (as of a medieval kitchen) for ventilation :louver

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Origin and Etymology of femerell

Middle English femerell, fumerel, from Middle French fumeraille & fumeril, modification of Late Latin fumariolum vent, smoke hole


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