[ vi-truh m ]
/ ˈvɪ trəm /
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