distylar

distyle

[dis-tahyl, dahy-stahyl]
adjective Architecture.
1.
having two columns.
2.
(of a classical temple or building in the style of one) having two columns on one or either front.
Also, distylar [dahy-stahy-ler] , dyostyle.


Origin:
1830–40; di-1 + -style2

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