Muntin vs Mullion what difference

what is difference between Muntin and Mullion

English

Etymology

Middle English mountaunt, from Old French montant, present participle of monter (to put up).

Noun

muntin (plural muntins)

  1. One of the separators between panes of glass in a composite window.
    • 1979, Cormac McCarthy, Suttree, Random House, p.174:
      He looked for a bell but there were just the wires hanging from a hole so he tapped on the glass of the sidelights. They gave soft and soundless in their lead muntins.

Synonyms

  • glazing bar

Hyponyms

  • mullion (vertical)

Translations


Catalan

Verb

muntin

  1. third-person plural present subjunctive form of muntar
  2. third-person plural imperative form of muntar


English

Etymology

Corruption of munnion, French moignon (stump of an amputated limb, stump).

Noun

mullion (plural mullions)

  1. A vertical bar between the panes of glass or casements of a window or the panels of a screen.
    Coordinate term: transom
    Hypernyms: glazing bar, muntin

Derived terms

  • mullioned

Translations

Verb

mullion (third-person singular simple present mullions, present participle mullioning, simple past and past participle mullioned)

  1. (transitive) To shape into divisions by means of mullions.

Anagrams

  • luminol

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Alternative forms

  • maliyan

Noun

mullion

  1. wedge-tailed eagle, eaglehawk

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