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Topic: BUILDINGS

Date: 1500-1600
Language: Modern Latin
Origin: transeptum, from Latin trans- + septum ( SEPTUM)

transept

noun
     
tran‧sept [countable]
AATBB one of the two parts of a church that are built out from the main area of the church to form a cross shape
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