noun fen·es·tra·to \ˌfenəˈsträt(ˌ)ō\

Definition of fenestrato



  1. :  a group of windows considered as a single window divided by mullions or colonnettes (as in Venetian palaces)

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Origin and Etymology of fenestrato

Italian finestrato, from finestrato, adjective, provided with windows, from Latin fenestratus, past participle of fenestrare

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a brief usually trivial fact

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