noun, plural trul·li [troo-lee] /ˈtru li/.
Origin of trullo
Examples from the Web for trullo
Historical Examples of trullo
Penalties were inflicted by the council; both of Laodicea and Trullo, on clergymen who did not observe both days as festivals.Tracts on the Sabbath
And he looked at her exactly as he had looked about an hour ago, when he was making love to her as Trullo's betrothed.
But his lady-love could not very well make herself known to him from the stage as she was occupied at the moment with Trullo.
This was the first council called by the Latins in trullo, because it was held in an apartment of the imperial palace.A Philosophical Dictionary, Volume 3 (of 10)
Franois-Marie Arouet (AKA Voltaire)
Now, in the second of its canons, the council in Trullo recognized Its final form.