Definitions for jalousied

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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

jal•ou•sieˈdʒæl əˌsi(n.)

  1. a blind or shutter made with horizontal slats that can be adjusted to admit light and air but exclude rain and sun.

    Category: Building Trades, Architecture

  2. a window made of glass slats or louvers of a similar nature.

    Category: Building Trades, Architecture

Origin of jalousie:

1585–95; < F < It gelosiajealousy

jal′ou•sied`(adj.)

Wiktionary

  1. jalousied(Adjective)

    Fitted with jalousies (window slats).

Webster Dictionary

  1. Jalousied(adj)

    furnished with jalousies; as, jalousied porches

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