noun, plural la·que·i [ley-kwee-ahy, -kwee-ee, lak-wee-ahy, -wee-ee] /ˈleɪ kwiˌaɪ, -kwiˌi, ˈlæk wiˌaɪ, -wiˌi/. Anatomy.
Origin of laqueus
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Historical Examples of laqueus
The Clehongre figure is especially curious as shewing the ailette fastened by its "laqueus," which appears on the outside.Ancient Armour and Weapons in Europe
Lacer is derived from laqs, a rope, a noose; and this comes from laqueus.
Laqueus contritus est, by Fourniller, et nos liberati sumus.Gargantua and Pantagruel, Complete.