diastyle

[dahy-uh-stahyl]

Origin of diastyle

1555–65; < Latin diastȳlos < Greek diástȳlos with columns far apart, equivalent to dia- dia- + -stȳlos -style2
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British Dictionary definitions for diastyle

diastyle

adjective
  1. having columns about three diameters apart
noun
  1. a diastyle building

Word Origin for diastyle

C16: via Latin from Greek diastӯlos having spaced pillars
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