yes, most likely, if it's an older home, those windows will not be a consideration when determining if the upper level rooms can be called bedrooms. By definition, the word "egress" means a way out. Those decision makers who determine what's code have enacted a rule that says that in order for a window to be called "egress" it must meet a certain size, which is enough to allow a fire fighter with gear on to enter through the window for a possible rescue and for a trapped person to get out. Many older homes windows do not meet that requirement in their above ground bedrooms, but are not prohibited from calling them bedrooms. And, sometimes the window has to be within a certain height from the floor of the room to be considered "legal" too. Again, there is some leeway when it comes to older homes/windows, but usually not for those that are subterranean.