American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A framed section of a window or door that is usually filled with a sheet of glass or other transparent material.
- n. The transparent material used to fill such a section.
- n. A panel, as of a door or wall.
- n. One of the flat surfaces or facets of an object, such as a bolt, having many sides.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A distinct part or piece of any surface; a division; specifically, a marked division in a wall or fence.
- n. . A pale; a stake.
- n. In costume: A piece of cloth of a different color inserted in a garment for ornament; a stripe or panel inserted in a garment.
- n. An opening or slash in a dress, either for the purpose of displaying a garment underneath or for the insertion of a piece of cloth of another color or fabric.
- n. A skirt, as of a coat; a lappet or flap; also, a robe.
- n. A piece, part, or portion having mainly a plane surface and a rectangular or other definite symmetrical shape. Specifically— A plate of glass inserted in some aperture, as a window.
- n. A square in a checkered pattern.
- n. A flat-dressed side or face of a stone or log.
- n. A panel or division of a work; a sunken part surrounded by a border.
- n. In irrigation, a subdivision of the irrigated surface between a feeder and an outlet-drain.
- n. The side of a tower, spire, or other building.
- n. One of the eight sides of the table of brilliant-cut diamond.
- n. One of the sides of a bolt-head or large nut. Nuts are designated according to the number of sides, as six-paned nuts, eight-paned nuts, etc.
- To insert panes or panels in. See paned.
- n. A hide or side of fur; fur.
- n. The striking face of a hammer.
- n. In milling: The space between two leader-furrows in a millstone; the space from one leader-furrow to the next.
- n. One of the burstones which form the face of a millstone.
- n. An individual sheet of glass in a window.
- n. computing, graphical user interface A layer in the build-up of a GUI.
- n. alternative spelling of peen.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. The narrow edge of a hammer head. See peen.
- n. A division; a distinct piece, limited part, or compartment of any surface; a patch; hence, a square of a checkered or plaided pattern.
- n. One of the openings in a slashed garment, showing the bright colored silk, or the like, within; hence, the piece of colored or other stuff so shown.
- n. A compartment of a surface, or a flat space; hence, one side or face of a building.
- n. Especially, in modern use, the glass in one compartment of a window sash; a windowpane.
- n. In irrigating, a subdivision of an irrigated surface between a feeder and an outlet drain.
- n. One of the flat surfaces, or facets, of any object having several sides.
- n. One of the eight facets surrounding the table of a brilliant cut diamond.
- n. street name for lysergic acid diethylamide
- n. a panel or section of panels in a wall or door
- n. sheet glass cut in shapes for windows or doors
- From Middle English pane, pan, from Old French pan, from Latin pannus. (Wiktionary)
- Middle English, section, pane of glass, from Old French pan, piece of cloth, panel, from Latin pannus, cloth. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“In Naples last week nonmob bakers handed out 20,000 loaves of what they called pane onesta — "honest bread" — to protest that city's 2,500 mob-linked bakeries, according to Confesercenti, a trade group.”
“To only show starred items, putis: starred in pane 1.”
“For me, being able to kill RightZoom in the terminal w/o opening the preference pane is a bonus too. rhoderickj”
“That pane is the "compose" pane of gmail, but now it shares the space.”
“The doors clap to, the pane is blind with showers.”
“The un-broken window pane is like the screen through which the child inserts himself into an imaginary cinematic order (as opposed to the "ordinary order" of his childhood); the aftermath is a Blanchotian "absence, loss and the lack of any beyond.”
“The “Contacts” pane is the home of both your standard address book and instant messaging.”
“I am really not a fan of the new FireWall Preference Pane, but the reworked Networking pane is much more streamlined and intuitive: whoever thought in Tiger and earlier to use a drop down box usually used for selecting a list of options to inside assign that to choosing which networking interface to use made a huge usability blunder.”
“Every window-pane is smashed, nearly every building unroofed, and some house-fronts are sliced clean off, with the different stories exposed, as if for the stage-setting of a farce.”
“Often, some chunks of good bread are added, and then the dish is called 'pane a caponata'.”
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