Last modified on 3 September 2014, at 13:51

fenestrated

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

Latin fenestro, from the noun fenestra (window).

AdjectiveEdit

fenestrated (comparative more fenestrated, superlative most fenestrated)

  1. (architecture) Having windows
  2. (botany) Having evolved perforations through the leaves or fistulate/hollow/tubular stems/trunks

VerbEdit

fenestrated

  1. (surgery) simple past tense and past participle of fenestrate

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