Definitions for "Louver"
Keywords:  slat, vane, ventilation, rain, sunlight
A set of slats resembling louver boards, arranged in a vertical row and attached at each slat end to a frame inserted in or part of a door or window; the slats may be made of wood, plastic, or metal, and the angle of inclination of the slats may be adjustable simultaneously, to allow more or less light or air into the enclosure.
Synonymous with vane, slat, or blade. This term is usually used for vertical blinds.
Grid type assembly used instead of a lens on a fixture. Can range from small-cell plastic to the large cell anodized louvers used in parabolic fluorescent fixtures.
A small lantern. See Lantern, 2 (a).
Louvre, l'ouvert (French)] Smoke turret; lantern-like structure placed on the roof over the central hearth, with side openings for the escape of smoke. (Wood, Margaret. The English Medieval House, 413)
You may be looking for the French museum, the Louvre
A series of baffles or reflectors that is used to shield a light source from view at certain angles, absorb unwanted light, or reflected light.
A series of baffles used to shield a light source from view at certain angles or to absorb unwanted light. The baffles are usually arranged in a geometric pattern.
An integral part of a blind used to control the amount and direction of natural light entering a room.
A metal or plastic accessory used on a luminaire to help prevent glare.
Keywords:  fun, sort, window, different, home
a fun and different sort of window for your home
Keywords:  supply
To supply with louvers.
Keywords:  below, boards
Same as louver boards, below