[ peyn ]
/ peɪn /
one of the divisions of a window or the like, consisting of a single plate of glass in a frame.
a plate of glass for such a division.
a panel, as of a wainscot, ceiling, door, etc.
a flat section, side, or surface, as one of the sides of a bolthead.
Philately. a sheet of stamps or any large portion of one, as a half or a quarter, as issued by the post office.
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Origin of pane
1250–1300; Middle English pane, pan strip of cloth, section <Middle French pan<Latin pannus cloth; akin to Old English fana flag; see vane
OTHER WORDS FROM panepaneless, adjective
Definition for pane (2 of 2)
[ pa-ney; French pa-ney ]
/ pæˈneɪ; French paˈneɪ /
(of food) covered with breadcrumbs; breaded.
Origin of pané
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British Dictionary definitions for pane (1 of 3)
/ (peɪn) /
Word Origin for pane
C13: from Old French pan portion, from Latin pannus rag
British Dictionary definitions for pane (2 of 3)
/ (peɪn) /
a variant of peen
British Dictionary definitions for pane (3 of 3)
/ French (pane) /
(of fish, meat, etc) dipped or rolled in breadcrumbs before cooking
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