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arca

[ ahr-kuh ]
/ ˈɑr kə /
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noun, plural ar·cae [ahr-see]. /ˈɑr si/.

a chest for valuables, used in medieval Spain and Italy.

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Origin of arca

<Latin: chest, box. See ark
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