The Collaborative International Dictionary
Fenestral \Fe*nes"tral\, a. [L. fenestra a window.]
(Arch.) Pertaining to a window or to windows.
(Anat.) Of or pertaining to a fenestra.
Fenestral \Fe*nes"tral\, n. (Arch.)
A casement or window sash, closed with cloth or paper instead
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
late 14c., "pertaining to windows," from Old French fenestral, from fenestre "window," from Latin fenestra (see fenestration).
a. 1 (context architecture English) Relating to a window or windows. 2 (context anatomy English) Of or relating to a fenestra. n. (context archaeology English) A casement or window sash closed with cloth or paper instead of glass.
adj. of or relating to or having a fenestra
of or relating to windows
Usage examples of "fenestral".
He now decided to take command before his increasingly apprehensive companion did something else in the button-touching line and committed fenestral decapitation.