mullions, upright bars of stone between the lights of a window.
In the windows the mullions are continued through the head of the window.
Both the casings and the mullions take the form of fluted square columns with typical carved capitals.
There are no remains of mullions or tracery of the east window.
Besides the wings, the gorgeous creatures will carry Sidney's arms and crest, "a porcupine with six mullions!"
The mullions enclosing the central light are thicker than the others.
The mullions dividing the screen run straight up to the battlement.
In design they are each divided into three lights by mullions.
Its roses are linked by mullions with the row of windows below; the north rose traces a star with rays.
The westernmost window is smaller than the rest, and is of three lights, with the mullions carried up through the head.
"vertical column between the lights of a window," 1560s, metathesis of Middle English moyniel (early 14c.), from Anglo-French moinel, noun use of moienel (adj.) "middle," from Old French meien "intermediate, mean" (see mean (adj.)). Related: Mullioned.
An unattractive person: Either you're a mullion, a dog
[1970s+ Baseball; origin unknown]