Contents

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

Related termsEdit

Read in another language