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lacunal

[ luh-kyoon-l ]
/ ləˈkyun l /
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adjective
of or relating to a lacuna.
having lacunae.
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Also lac·u·nar·y [lak-yoo-ner-ee, luh-kyoo-nuh-ree]. /ˈlæk yʊˌnɛr i, ləˈkyu nə ri/.

Origin of lacunal

First recorded in 1840–50; lacun(a) + -al1
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