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
Examples from the Web for laqueus
Laqueus contritus est, by Fourniller, et nos liberati sumus.Gargantua and Pantagruel, Complete.|Francois Rabelais
Lacer is derived from laqs, a rope, a noose; and this comes from 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|John Hewitt