a plate of glass for filling a window sash within the frame.
a flounder, Scophthalmus aquosus, occurring along the Atlantic coast of North America, characterized by the thinness and translucency of its body.
designating or having a large, regular design of intersecting lines resembling a series of windowpanes: a windowpane plaid sweater.

1810–20; window + pane Unabridged
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windowpane (ˈwɪndəʊˌpeɪn)
a sheet of glass in a window

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Example sentences
Click on it and you get a left-hand windowpane that lets you easily sort
  through all the notes on the page.
During the day the lake's sugar white beach and windowpane water attract
  hundreds of visitors.
He caught flies against the windowpane and then shook them in a jar.
In the summer, hummingbirds sidle up to the windowpane.
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