lanthorne


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical.

cupola

cupola
1. A domed roof or ceiling.
2. A domed structure, often set on a circular or polygonal base on a roof or set on pillars; often glazed to provide light in the space below, or louvered to provide ventilation in that space.
References in periodicals archive ?
(86) Thomas Dekker, English villanies eight severall times prest to death by the printers, but (still reviving againe) are now the ninth time (as at first) discovered by Lanthorne and candlelight (1609; rpt.
(12) Works such as Dekker's The Bellman of London (1608) and By Lanthorne and Candlelight (1608), which prefigured Ned Ward's London Spy (1698), tended to feature city types or characters who roamed the streets; post-Fire guides of whatever from--topographical, satirical, poetic--began to look more at the streets themselves.
(12) Works such as Dekker's The Bellman of London (1608) and By Lanthorne and Candlelight (1608), which prefigured Ned Ward's London Spy (1698), tended to feature city types or characters who roamed the streets' post-Fire guides of whatever form--topographical, satirical, poetic--began to look more at the streets themselves.