An exterior set of steps and a platform at the main entrance to a large building such as a church or mansion.
- They have made their own contributions to it, particularly by changing the entrance front from the west to the east side and building a granite perron.
- On the side facing the street, the house is reasonably symmetrical, organized around a large stone tower (perron).
Late Middle English: from Old French, literally 'large stone', from Latin petra 'stone'.
Words that rhyme with perronheron
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