[ proh-stahyl ]
/ ˈproʊ staɪl /
(of a classical temple) having a portico on the front with the columns in front of the antae.
a prostyle building or portico.
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British Dictionary definitions for prostyle
/ (ˈprəʊstaɪl) /
(of a building) having a row of columns in front, esp as in the portico of a Greek temple
a prostyle building, portico, etc
Word Origin for prostyle
C17: from Latin prostӯlos, from Greek: with pillars in front, from pro- ² + stulos pillar
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