noun, plural tru·meaux [troo-mohz; French try-moh] /truˈmoʊz; French trüˈmoʊ/.
Origin of trumeau
Examples from the Web for trumeau
The present image at the trumeau is a fragment saved from the late-Gothic Chartreuse of the Valois dukes.
Observe that the trumeau was made narrow at its base, in order to let pass the pilgrim throngs.
British Dictionary definitions for trumeau
noun plural -meaux (-ˈməʊz)
Word Origin for trumeau
Word Origin and History for trumeau
1883, from French trumeau, literally "calf of the leg."