clithral

clithral

[klahyth-ruhl]
adjective
(of a classical temple) roofed over.
Compare hypethral.


Origin:
< Greek klêithr(on) bar for closing a door (derivative of kleíein to close, shut) + -al1; cf. clathrate

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