hy·po·style / ˈhīpəˌstīl/ • adj. Archit. (of a building) having a roof supported by pillars, typically in several rows.• n. a building having such a roof.
hypostyle. Any roofed colonnade, or series of colonnades, as in an Ancient Egyptian temple.
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