[soo-per-kuh-luhm-ner] /ˌsu pər kəˈlʌm nər/
adjective, Architecture.
existing above a column or columns:
a supercolumnar feature.
of, relating to, or characterized by supercolumniation:
a supercolumnar composition.
adjective (architect)
having one colonnade above another
placed above a colonnade or a column


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