noun, plural loc·u·li [lok-yuh-lahy, -lee]. /ˈlɒk yəˌlaɪ, -ˌli/.
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Origin of loculus
OTHER WORDS FROM loculusin·ter·loc·u·lus, noun, plural in·ter·loc·u·li.
Words nearby loculus
Example sentences from the Web for loculus
Interment in the wall-recess or loculus, though infinitely the most common, was not the only mode employed in the catacombs.
Unilocular, ū-ni-lok′ū-lar, adj. having but one loculus or cavity, as the heart of an amphioxus.
And the loculus was placed in the shrine, and the shrine for the present closed.
The body was then lifted to its place in the shrine, and the panels of the loculus refixed.
The picture we are about to examine is found over a loculus or grave in this cemetery of Priscilla.