fenster

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See also: Fenster and Fënster

English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From German Fenster (window).

Noun[edit]

fenster (plural fensters)

  1. (geology) A geologic structure formed by erosion or normal faulting on a thrust system; a tectonic window.
    • 1983, J. F. Evernden, ‎R. E. Criss, ‎William Jasper Sando, [1]
      Examination of strain data and cross sections suggests that the fensters expose rootless tectonic slices []

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Etymology[edit]

From Middle Low German venster, vinster, from Latin fenestra (window).

Pronunciation[edit]

Noun[edit]

fenster n (definite fensträ)

  1. window
    Hä dörrä ti fensträ, då thorn gikk
    The window shook when there was thunder.