Fenestra meaning

fə-nĕstrə
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(anatomy) A small anatomical opening, as in a bone.
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An opening in a bone made by surgical fenestration.
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(zoology) A transparent spot or marking, as on the wing of a moth or butterfly.
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(architecture) A windowlike opening.
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A small opening, as any of the covered oval openings in the inner wall of the middle ear.
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A small, transparent spot, as in the wings of some insects.
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Any small opening in a membrane.
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(anatomy) A small anatomical opening, as in a bone.
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An opening in a bone made by surgical fenestration.
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An opening in a body, sometimes with a membrane.
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Origin of fenestra

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    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition