triapsal

adjective tri·ap·sal \(ˈ)trī¦apsəl\
variants: less commonly

triapsidal

\-sədəl\

Definition of triapsal

  1. :  having three apses —used of a building the apses in a triapsal church may be side by side at the east end or they may be projected from a central tower

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Origin and Etymology of triapsal

triapsal from tri- + apse + -al; triapsidal from tri- + apsidal


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