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(archaic) The lantern, louvre, or covering placed in the ridge of a hall roof for the purpose of ventilation or letting out the smoke of the fire kindled on a central hearth.
From Old English, originally fumerell; from Old French fumeraille, Latin fumus (smoke).
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