cheneau

[ shey-noh ]
/ ʃeɪˈnoʊ /

noun, plural che·neaus, che·neaux [shey-nohz]. /ʃeɪˈnoʊz/. Architecture.

an ornamented cresting on a cornice or coping.
a gutter, especially an ornamented one, at the eaves of a building.

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Origin of cheneau

<French chéneau, earlier chenau;Old French chenal<Latin canāliscanal
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