One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1Made of strips of different coloured cloth sewn together, or of cloth cut into strips between which ribs or stripes of a different material or colour have been inserted. Now historical and rare.
2Of a window, door, etc.: fitted with panes of glass, usually of a specified kind or number, as "small-paned", "many-paned", etc.
Mid 16th century. From pane + -ed.
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