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fenestrated

[ fen-uh-strey-tid, fi-nes-trey- ]
/ ˈfɛn əˌstreɪ tɪd, fɪˈnɛs treɪ- /
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adjective Architecture.
having windows; windowed; characterized by windows.
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Also fe·nes·trate [fi-nes-treyt, fen-uh-streyt] /fɪˈnɛs treɪt, ˈfɛn əˌstreɪt/ .

Origin of fenestrated

First recorded in 1820–30; from Latin fenestrat-, stem of fenestrātus, past participle of fenestrāre “to furnish with windows,” derivative of fenestra “window” + -ed suffix forming weak past participle; see -ed2

OTHER WORDS FROM fenestrated

non·fe·nes·trat·ed, adjectiveun·fe·nes·trat·ed, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for fenestrated

fenestrated

fenestrate

/ (fɪˈnɛsˌtreɪtɪd, ˈfɛnɪˌstreɪtɪd) /

adjective
architect having windows or window-like openings
biology perforated or having fenestrae
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Medical definitions for fenestrated

fenestrated
[ fĕnĭ-strā′tĭd ]

adj.
Having fenestrae or windowlike openings.
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