paned

[peynd]
adjective
having panes (usually used in combination): a diamond-paned window.

Origin:
1545–55; pane + -ed3

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Imagine: the solar cell is the top pane of a double paned skylight.
The central doorways on the first and second floors have vertically paned transoms and sidelights.
Replace single-pane windows with double or triple paned windows with low-e coating.
The windows are heavy-paned slivers set high in the walls.
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