[ loo-ver ]
/ ˈlu vər /
any of a series of narrow openings framed at their longer edges with slanting, overlapping fins or slats, adjustable for admitting light and air while shutting out rain.
a fin or slat framing such an opening.
a ventilating turret or lantern, as on the roof of a medieval building.
any of a system of slits formed in the hood of an automobile, the door of a metal locker, etc., used especially for ventilation.
a door, window, or the like, having adjustable louvers.
verb (used with object)
to make a louver in; add louvers to: to louver a door.
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Also especially British, lou·vre .
Origin of louver
1325–75; Middle English lover<Middle French lovier<Middle Dutch love gallery. See lobby
OTHER WORDS FROM louverlouvered, adjective
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