Origin of fanlight
Examples from the Web for fanlight
He stood there, dazed and still, beneath the dim yellow of his own fanlight; and once again that inward spring flew back.The Return|Walter de la Mare
Oftener, where an entablature supported by engaged columns was surmounted by a pediment, the fanlight over the door was omitted.
Some one stirred within, and a ray of light in the fanlight grew bright as footsteps in the passage drew near.The Moon Rock|Arthur J. Rees
They were quaint, shabby little dwellings, and against more than one fanlight was displayed a card bearing the word "Lodgings."Studies in Wives|Marie Belloc Lowndes
Rarely occurred a doorway having a complete entablature above a fanlight surmounted by a pediment.