from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A window with openwork of light wooden bars, leaving free access to the air, and used as a place where a porous water-bottle may be put for cooling: usually, in Cairo and other Levantine cities, a projecting bay-window or oriole window, fitted on three sides with such openwork.


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