Origin of Crucis
Definition for crucis (2 of 2)
noun, genitive Cru·cis [kroo-sis] /ˈkru sɪs/. Astronomy.
Origin of Crux
Examples from the Web for crucis
The brightest of these, α Crucis, is of the first magnitude.Astronomy of To-day|Cecil G. Dolmage
Bacon would have well understood this; it is he who invented the phrase Experimentum crucis.
The town of Crucis is a place very similar to Gorgona, but not so large.History of the State of California|John T. Frost
Cernitur in ea qudarn Dominic crucis portio, (sicut spe multorum miraculorum argumento probatum est).