A horizontal dividing bar of wood or stone in a window.
A bay window built in a curve
Light from the sky.
(Slang) A large, protruding belly
A large, usually single-paned window that provides a broad outside view.
A bay window projecting from an upper floor, supported from below with corbels or brackets.
A casing; covering
The arrangement of windows and doors in a building
A flared opening for a gun in a wall or parapet.
Glass used as for church windows that has been colored in any of various ways, as by fusing metallic oxides into it, by enameling, or by burning pigments into its surface
A decorative circular window with a roselike symmetrical pattern of tracery divided by mullions arranged like the spokes of a wheel
A thick, circular piece of glass set, as in a roof or ship's deck, to admit light.
A semicircular or semielliptical window, often with sash bars arranged like the ribs of a fan, usually placed over a door or another window.
A small hole or crevice through which one may look.
A round or oval window
An architectural opening for light and air
An open framework made of strips of metal, wood, or similar material overlapped or overlaid in a regular, usually crisscross pattern.
(Music) The movable louvers on a pipe organ, controlled by pedals, that open and close the swell box.
A binocular or field glass.
The definition of a pane is a panel or a framed part of a window or door.
A pattern of thin lines forming large squares on a background of a different color.
The definition of an aperture is a crevice, hole, or separation.
Bay is defined as a long cry or howl.
The front part of a ship, boat, or airship; prow
A window, shade, or door formed of overlapping, horizontal slats, or louvers, of wood, metal, or glass, that can be adjusted to regulate the air or light coming between them
A lancet window.
A crescent-shaped figure or object
A dormer window
The act or an instance of becoming open or being made to open:
A visible image, especially one on a flat surface or screen:
(Nautical) A small, usually circular window in a ship's side.
A pink wine made from certain red-wine grapes, with the skins left in the juice during early fermentation just long enough to tinge it with color
A device that circulates fresh air and expels stale or foul air.
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