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hypaethral

US hypethral

/ (hɪˈpiːθrəl, haɪ-) /
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adjective
(esp of a classical temple) having no roof
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Word Origin for hypaethral

C18: from Latin hypaethrus uncovered, from Greek hupaithros, from hypo- + aithros clear sky
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