A bartizan, for those to whom the word is new, is a small turret projecting from a wall, parapet or tower.
You know the sort of thing:
How to use it?
The kitchen resembled a particularly well-appointed morgue, with utensils for dismemberment contained in small buckets which hung from rails like bartizans from a mediaeval curtain wall.
Well, I told you it was a challenge, didn't I?
Word To Use Today: bartizan. This word is a version of bertisene, which is itself a mistake because what people were trying to say was bretising. it comes from bretasce, parapet and might come from the Latin Brīto, a Briton.