noun, plural glos·sae [glos-ee, glaw-see], /ˈglɒs i, ˈglɔ si/, glos·sas.
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Late in life he retired to his villa, and there in quiet worked on his great Glossa till he died.The Mediaeval Mind (Volume II of II)|Henry Osborn Taylor
The reference to the "glossa of Theotypas" is part of the fiction.A Handbook to the Works of Browning (6th ed.)|Mrs. Sutherland Orr
Dondeus says this interpretation is clearly proved by the authority of a glossa in the chapter: Ex litterarum.The Old Yellow Book|Anonymous
The Glossa Ordinaria, as it is called, is the best known of these commentaries.On Prayer and The Contemplative Life|St. Thomas Aquinas
On these place a new pot, pour into it some fornis mentioned above, called by the Romans glossa, otherwise gum arabic.The Decoration of Leather|Georges de Rcy