Etymology From the practice of decorating the top storey of building faÃ§ades in the Attic architectural style.
Pronunciation :Rhymes: Rhymes:English:-Ã¦tÉªk|-Ã¦tÉªk
#: We went up to the attic to look for the boxes containing our childhood keepsakes.
Translations trans-top|space, often unfinished and with sloped walls, directly below the roof Czech: t+|cs|pÅ¯da|f Dutch:
t+|nl|zolder Finnish: t-|fi|vintti, t-|fi|ullakko French: t-|fr|grenier|m German: Dachgeschoss, Dachboden Greek:
t|el|ÏÎ¿ÏÎ¯ÏÎ±|f|sc=Grek Hebrew: ×¢××××ª ×× (aliat gag)
f Ido: atiko trans-mid Polish: strych m, poddasze n, attyka f Portuguese:
t+|pt|sÃ³tÃ£o|m Russian: ÑÐµÑÐ´Ð°Ðº m
(cherdÃ k) Scottish Gaelic: seÃ²mar-mullaich m Serbian: tavan, podkrovlje, potkrovnica Spanish: altillo m, desvÃ¡n
m Swedish: t+|sv|vind|c Telugu: à°
à°à° (aTaka) trans-bottom
el:attic fa:attic fr:attic gl:attic hy:attic io:attic
it:attic hu:attic nl:attic pl:attic ru:attic fi:attic
sv:attic te:attic vi:attic zh:attic