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There are 12 words beginning with FENE

FENESTELLAfenestella n. A niche on the south side of an altar, containing the piscina and sometimes the credence.
Fenestella prop.n. A taxonomic genus within the family Fenestellidae – extinct bryozoans forming fan-shaped colonies…
Fenestella prop.n. A taxonomic genus within the family Fenestellaceae – certain fungi.
FENESTELLAEfenestellae n. plural of fenestella.
FENESTELLASSorry, definition not available.
FENESTRAfenestra n. (anatomy) An opening in a body, sometimes with a membrane.
FENESTRAEfenestrae n. plural of fenestra.
FENESTRALfenestral n. (archaeology) A casement or window sash closed with cloth or paper instead of glass.
fenestral adj. (architecture) Relating to a window or windows.
fenestral adj. (anatomy) Of or relating to a fenestra.
FENESTRALSfenestrals n. plural of fenestral.
FENESTRASfenestras n. plural of fenestra.
FENESTRATEfenestrate adj. fenestrated.
fenestrate adj. Having numerous openings; irregularly reticulated.
fenestrate adj. (zoology, botany) Having transparent spots, like the wings of certain butterflies.
FENESTRATEDfenestrated adj. (architecture) Having windows.
fenestrated adj. (botany) Having evolved perforations through the leaves or fistulate/hollow/tubular stems/trunks.
fenestrated v. (surgery) simple past tense and past participle of fenestrate.
FENESTRATIONfenestration n. (architecture) The arrangement of windows and similar openings in a building.
fenestration n. (surgery, anatomy) An opening in the surface of an organ etc; the surgical creation of such an opening…
fenestration n. (surgery, anatomy) An opening that occurs naturally or is created surgically, as through a biological membrane.
FENESTRATIONSfenestrations n. plural of fenestration.

Words in black are found in both the twl06 and the sowpods dictionaries; words in red are only in the sowpods dictionary.
Definitions are short excerpt from the WikWik.org.

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