Slype
Slype Slype, n. [Cf. D. sluipen to sneak.] (Arch.) A narrow passage between two buildings, as between the transept and chapter house of a monastery. [Eng.] [1913 Webster]

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  • slype — /sluyp/, n. Archit. a covered passage, esp. one from the transept of a cathedral to the chapter house. Also, slip. [1860 65; orig. uncert.; cf. dial. D slijpe secret path] * * * ▪ architecture       in architecture, covered passageway in a… …   Universalium

  • Slype — The term slype is a variant of slip in the sense of a narrow passage; in architecture, the name for the covered passage usually found in monasteries between the transept and the chapter house, as at Winchester, Gloucester, Exeter and St.… …   Wikipedia

  • slype — noun A covered passageway, especially one connecting the transept of a cathedral or monastery to the chapter house …   Wiktionary

  • slype — covered passage between walls, or between transept and chapterhouse Ecclesiastical Terms …   Phrontistery dictionary

  • slype — [slʌɪp] noun a covered way or passage between a cathedral transept and the chapter house or deanery. Origin C19: perh. a var. of dialect slipe long narrow piece of ground …   English new terms dictionary

  • slype — /slaɪp/ (say sluyp) noun Architecture a covered passage, especially one from the transept of a cathedral to the chapterhouse. {compare West Flemish slijpe secret path} …   Australian English dictionary

  • slype — n. a covered way or passage between a cathedral etc. transept and the chapter house or deanery. Etymology: perh. = slipe a long narrow piece of ground, = SLIP(2) 1 …   Useful english dictionary

  • slypėjimas — dkt …   Bendrinės lietuvių kalbos žodyno antraštynas

  • slypėti — vksm. Žẽmės gelmėsè slỹpi tur̃tai …   Bendrinės lietuvių kalbos žodyno antraštynas

  • slypėti — slypėti, slỹpi, ėjo intr. Š 1. BŽ458,555, NdŽ, DŽ, Rmš būti pasislėpusiam, kiūtoti: Aš slypėjau už durų ir girdėjau, kai jis, praeidamas pro šalį, sumurmėjo rš. Retos buvo vestuvės, neįprastos, kad jaunoji po stalu slypėtų, kviečiama šokti… …   Dictionary of the Lithuanian Language

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