noun, plural ve·si·cae [vuh-sahy-kee, -see-kee, ves-i-kee,]. /vəˈsaɪ ki, -ˈsi ki, ˈvɛs ɪˌki,/.
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A myrtle was also a type, but of the female, because its leaf is a close representation of the vesica piscis.
In this figure the cross is made by the intersection of two ovals, each a vesica piscis, an emblem of the yoni.
In modern Christian art this symbol is called vesica piscis, and is sometimes surrounded with rays.
Thus the following solution that I give to our puzzle involves the pointed "oval," known among architects as the "vesica piscis."Amusements in Mathematics|Henry Ernest Dudeney
In the sky is a pretty Madonna and Child in a vesica surrounded by angels.The Shores of the Adriatic|F. Hamilton Jackson