Today's word is interesting to me because of it's medieval meaning. The word is Wicket and it means:
a small gate or door; a grilled or grated window through which business is transacted
What I'm referring to when I say this word has a medieval meaning is the first part of this definition. This word is for the door that's a part of a larger castle gate. For example, castles can have a large gate or door and there may be a smaller door inset in it that is designed to let one person through. This could also be like those single doors that are part of the larger door on a barn.
The second part of the definition is more akin to a banking window (like in the old West). I didn't really know there was a specific word for it, so I've learned something new today too. This is another writer's word that could come in handy in a given scene.
Ever had the opportunity to us this word in writing or even conversation?