Origin of narthex
OTHER WORDS FROM narthexnar·the·cal [nahr-thee-kuhl], /nɑrˈθi kəl/, adjective
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How to use narthex in a sentence
Sir Pierre walked quietly and unobtrusively down the side aisle and out into the narthex.The Eyes Have It|Gordon Randall Garrett
First the narthex was blown up with gunpowder; then a transept arm.
In that same year he blessed Clunys nave and Vzelays narthex.
There is a narthex bay at the western end—a Germanic influence.
The church of San Anton has a groined narthex or porch all across the west front, with three open arches in front.Some Account of Gothic Architecture in Spain|George Edmund Street