noun, plural la·cu·nars, lac·u·nar·i·a [lak-yuh-nair-ee-uh] /ˌlæk yəˈnɛər i ə/.
Origin of lacunar
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In many instances the parenchymatous inflammation is a direct extension of the lacunar inflammation.
The deposit in follicular or lacunar tonsillitis or angina is pulpy and not membraniform.
Non ebur neque aureum / Mea renidet in domo 20 lacunar—In my dwelling no ivory gleams, nor fretted roof covered with gold.
A mere lack of use of bones may also lead to a certain amount of atrophy from lacunar resorption.Surgery, with Special Reference to Podiatry
Fragment of lacunar, from a ceiling, with two panels in low relief.