n. pl. lacus
- leu enkephalin,
- leuco base
Examples from the Web for lacus
Lacus Juturnæ is a four-sided basin with a pillar in the middle, on which rested a marble altar decorated with figures in relief.Outlines of Greek and Roman Medicine|James Sands Elliott
Now the gradation in size, from the Lacus Solis down to the smallest oasis of Lowell, is a complete one.Are the Planets Inhabited?|E. Walter Maunder
Lacus a Lake, a little sea with in the land hauing riuers running into it, or out of it, or both.A Briefe Introduction to Geography|William Pemble
The spot was afterwards covered by a marsh called the Lacus Curtius.