Definition of fastigium in English:

fastigium

Line breaks: fas|ti¦gium
Pronunciation: /faˈstɪdʒɪəm/

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noun

1The apex or summit of something.
1.1 Architecture The ridge or gable end of a roof.

Origin

late 17th centuryː Latin ( see fastigiate).

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