noun, plural per·rons [per-uh nz; French pe-rawn] /ˈpɛr ənz; French pɛˈrɔ̃/. Architecture.
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The perron hall has a length of 186 meters and a width of 168 meters.
Once he met her full in the face, upon the perron of the Cathedral of St. Marie.The Golden Dog
Peace was duly proclaimed at the Perron in the market-place of Lige.Belgium
George W. T. (George William Thomson) Omond
Jeremiah, from the perron of the temple, summons Israel to set out.The Forerunners
Presently I recollected the situation, and turned to leave the perron.Dr. Dumany's Wife