noun, plural vin·cu·la [ving-kyuh-luh] /ˈvɪŋ kyə lə/.
Words nearby vinculum
Origin of vinculum
Examples from the Web for vincula
Cornlius enim, velut in conloquium per fraudem voctus, Poens comprehnsus erat et in vincula coniectus.
Cornelius enim, velut in conloquium per fraudem evocatus, a Poenis comprehensus erat et in vincula coniectus.
The chains are in the church Ad Vincula; the wooden chair is in the Vatican.Curiosities of Christian History|Croake James
In a few legs, no vincula are associated with the patellar tendon.Variation in the Muscles and Nerves of the Leg in|E. Bruce Holmes
British Dictionary definitions for vincula
noun plural -la (-lə)
- any bandlike structure, esp one uniting two or more parts
- another name for ligament