noun, plural pro·na·oi [proh-ney-oi] /proʊˈneɪ ɔɪ/.
Examples from the Web for pronaos
The temple was decastyle, dipteral, with pronaos and vestibule, but no opisthodomos.
The caryatid form of pier is generally found, in temples, in the peristyles of the fore-courts or the hypostyles of the pronaos.
They led their visitors through the pronaos and naos to the secos, to the holy of holies.The Tour|Louis Couperus
First, the pronaos, where we still see clearly, between pillars carved with hieroglyphs.Egypt (La Mort De Philae)|Pierre Loti
The dromos led up to the pronaos, which was reached by a few steps.