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lucarne

[ loo-kahrn ]
/ luˈkɑrn /
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noun
a dormer window.
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Origin of lucarne

1540–50; from French; replacing lucane, from Middle French; origin of both French forms obscure
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British Dictionary definitions for lucarne

lucarne
/ (luːˈkɑːn) /

noun
a type of dormer window

Word Origin for lucarne

C16: from French, from Provençal lucana, of obscure origin
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