cheneaux

cheneau

[shey-noh]
noun, plural cheneaus, cheneaux [shey-nohz] . Architecture.
1.
an ornamented cresting on a cornice or coping.
2.
a gutter, especially an ornamented one, at the eaves of a building.

Origin:
< French chéneau, earlier chenau; Old French chenal < Latin canālis canal

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