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transenna

[ tran-sen-uh ]
/ trænˈsɛn ə /
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noun, plural tran·sen·nae [tran-sen-ee]. /trænˈsɛn i/.
(in early Christian architecture) an openwork screen of stone or metal enclosing a shrine.
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Origin of transenna

From the Latin word trā(n)senna net trap for birds
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