Definition of systyle in English:

systyle

adjective

Architecture
  • Of a building, colonnade, architectural style, etc.: having or characterized by close intercolumniation such that the distance between the columns equals two diameters of a column.

Origin

Mid 16th century; earliest use found in John Shute. From (i) Middle French, French systyle.

Pronunciation

systyle

/ˈsɪstʌɪl/