vitrum

[ vi-truh m ]
/ ˈvɪ trəm /
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noun, plural vit·ra [vi-truh] /ˈvɪ trə/.

(in prescriptions) glass.

Origin of vitrum

Borrowed into English from Latin around 1650–60
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Examples from the Web for vitra

  • Vitra then sent her home, bidding her look on the table when next she entered her cowherd's hut and see what she would find there.

    The Science of Fairy Tales|Edwin Sidney Hartland