Definitions for "Fenestrate"
Having numerous openings; irregularly reticulated; as, fenestrate membranes; fenestrate fronds.
A colony which is composed of a net-like or lacey framework of skeletal calcification, as in Fenestella or in many phidoloporid cheilostomes (syn.: reticulate). Figures: Triphyllozoon, Hornera foliacea
with window-like markings.
The axial and spiral sculpture are so strong that the spaces between them form deep pits or "windows" [fenestrations].
Having perforations or openings.
Having transparent spots, as the wings of certain butterflies.
Keywords:  quote, hole, object, means, you
To make a hole into. USUALLY you will see quote "fenestrated," which means that the object has a hole in it.
Having a fenestra. ( 14)