What does Chevet mean in the Bible?

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1910 New Catholic Dictionary - Chevet
Term in French architecture for a peculiar arrangement of the eastern end of a church, when the apse is enclosed by an open screen of columns on the ground floor, opening into an aisle, which again opens into three or more apsidal chapels. An example of this is the Basilica of Saint Martin, Tours, from which others have been copied. Later the easternmost of the crown of chapels became the Lady Chapel.
Webster's Dictionary - Chevet
(n.) The extreme end of the chancel or choir; properly the round or polygonal part.

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Apse - The Chevet is an apse enclosed by an open screen of columns, opening into an aisle, then into three or more apsidal chapels. In the larger Gothic churches of France the apse is polygonal and becomes the Chevet, with its radial chapels
Lady Chapel - In tbe English cathedrals it was usually a deep chapel prolonging the main axis to the east; in France the largest and easternmost of the Chevet chapels, i
Chapel, Lady - In tbe English cathedrals it was usually a deep chapel prolonging the main axis to the east; in France the largest and easternmost of the Chevet chapels, i
Architecture, Gothic - The pointed arch was introduced, the flying-buttresses emerged through the roof, the clerestory windows were heightened, and the Chevet, with double apsidal aisles and chapels, was added
Gothic Architecture - The pointed arch was introduced, the flying-buttresses emerged through the roof, the clerestory windows were heightened, and the Chevet, with double apsidal aisles and chapels, was added