Unroofed vs Compluvium - What's the difference?

unroofed | compluvium |


As an adjective unroofed

is not roofed, not having a roof.

As a verb unroofed

is (unroof).

As a noun compluvium is

(architecture) a space left unroofed over the court of a dwelling in ancient rome, through which the rain fell into the impluvium or cistern.

unroofed

English

Adjective

(-)
  • Not roofed, not having a roof.
  • Verb

    (head)
  • (unroof)
  • compluvium

    English

    Noun

    (compluvia)
  • (architecture) A space left unroofed over the court of a dwelling in Ancient Rome, through which the rain fell into the impluvium or cistern.
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