oillet

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English[edit]

An oillet seen from the rear

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Etymology[edit]

Derived from French œil 'eye', in turn derived from Latin oculum (accusative form of oculus).

Noun[edit]

oillet (plural oillets)

  1. (medieval architecture) A round hole or circle with which an opening for an arrow slit terminates.

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