tetrastyle

[te-truh-stahyl]
adjective Architecture.
having four columns.

Origin:
1695–1705; < Latin tetrastȳlon < Greek tetrástȳlon, noun use of neuter of tetrástȳlos having four pillars; see tetra-, -style2

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The tetrastyle portico projects from a central three-bay entrance pavilion.
The tetrastyle fluted-columned portico features a semicircular lunette in the tympanum.
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