orthostyle


orthostyle
/awr"theuh stuyl'/, adj. Archit.
1. (of columns) erected in a straight row.
2. having columns in a straight row or in straight rows.
[1825-35; ORTHO- + -STYLE2]

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  • orthostyle — I. ˈȯ(r)thə+ˌ noun Etymology: orth + style (as in peristyle) : an arrangement of architectural columns in a straight row II. adjective : of or relating to an orthostyle * * * /awr theuh stuyl /, adj. Archit. 1. (of columns) erected …   Useful english dictionary

  • orthostyle — or·tho·style …   English syllables

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  • -style — style1 a combining form of style (defs. 14, 15): blastostyle. Cf. stylo 1. style2 a combining form with the meanings column, columned, having columns (of the kind specified) used in the formation of compound words: orthostyle; urostyle. Cf. stylo …   Universalium


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