aisle

  1. a long narrow passage (as in a cave or woods)
  2. passageway between seating areas as in an auditorium or passenger vehicle or between areas of shelves of goods as in stores
  3. part of a church divided laterally from the nave proper by rows of pillars or columns

Aisle

An aisle is, in general (common), a space for walking with rows of seats on both sides or with rows of seats on one side and a wall on the other. Aisles can be seen in airplanes, certain types of buildings, such as churches, cathedrals, synagogues, meeting halls, parliaments and legislatures, courtrooms, theatres, and in certain types of passenger...
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Aisle

• (n.) Also (perhaps from confusion with alley), a passage into which the pews of a church open. • (n.) Improperly used also for the have; -- as in the phrases, a church with three aisles, the middle aisle. • (n.) A lateral division of a building, separated from the middle part, called the nave, by a row of columns or piers, which su...
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Aisle

(in a church) a lower part parallel to the nave, choir, or transept, from which it is divided by pillars.
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aisle

noun passageway between seating areas as in an auditorium or passenger vehicle or between areas of shelves of goods as in stores
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Aisle

[political term] In the United States, the two major political parties, the Republicans and the Democrats, are often referred to as `the two sides of the aisle.` == Origin of the usage == Usage of the term `aisle` comes from the United States Congress. In the Senate, desks are arranged in the chamber in a semicircular pattern and the desks ...
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Aisle

Aisle noun [ Old French ele , French aile , wing, wing of a building, Latin ala , contr. from axilla .] (Architecture) (a) A lateral division of a building, separated from the middle part, called the nave, by a row of columns or piers, which support the roof ...
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aisle

A lateral division of a building, separated from the middle part, called the nave, by a row of columns or piers, which support the roof or an upper wall containing windows, called the clearstory wall. ... Improperly used also for the have; as in the phrases, a church with three aisles, the middle aisle. ... Also (perhaps from confusion with alley),...
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Aisle

A long, narrow space that is located at the side of, and parallel to, the nave of a church. An arcade of columns or piers usually separates an aisle from the nave. It is sometimes referred to as a side aisle.
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Aisle

A section of the church parallel to the choir or nave, and divided from it by an arcade.
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Aisle

A walkway intended for audience movement through an exposition or exhibit.
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aisle

aisle (IGHL) Always a noun. A passageway or corridor; for example: a narrow aisle between two rows of seats; passageway, passage; walkway, walk, path way: 'The aisle was crammed with people.' Additional explanatiions include: 1. A part of a church divided laterally from the nave by a row of pillars or columns. 2. A passageway between ...
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Aisle

An aisle is a passage between rows of seats.
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Aisle

An aisle is an area running along side a church's nave. It was usually separated from the nave by columns. It may be contemporary with, be an addition to or be an earlier church dwarfed by a large main church building.
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Aisle

An extension to the side of the nave or chancel separated off by an arcade. Sometime used for the passageways between the seating. See Alley.
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Aisle

An extension to the side of the nave or chancel separated off by an arcade. Sometime used for the passageways between the seating. See Alley.
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Aisle

Area of church separated by an arcade of columns or piers.
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Aisle

In architecture, an aisle is a lateral division of a building, separated from the middle part, called the nave, by a row of columns or piers, which support the roof or an upper wall containing windows, called the clerestory wall.
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aisle

In church architecture, usually the areas running parallel to the nave, lying between it and the outer walls. In larger churches, the choir and transepts may be aisled; double aisles running between...
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aisle

Open area of a church parallel to the nave and separated from it by columns or piers.
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Aisle

passages flanking the nave and choir, separated from them by arcades. See Church Design
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aisle

portion of a church or basilica that parallels or encircles the major sections of the structure, such as the nave, choir, or apse (aisles around the ...
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Aisle

space between arcade and outer wall
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Aisle

space between arcade and outer wall
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Aisle

Space between arcade and outer wall.
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