noun, plural vit·ra [vi-truh] /ˈvɪ trə/.
- vitruvian scroll,
- vitruvius pollio,
Origin of vitrum
Examples from the Web for vitrum
The vitrum ceratum antimonii proved often too rough a Medicine, and therefore we laid it almost entirely aside.
Window panes of glass (vitrum) mica plates (lapis specularis) and similar materials were by no means rare in ancient times.Quintus Claudius, Volume 1 of 2|Ernst Eckstein
It is supposed that woad was "vitrum" the dye with which Caesar said almost all the Britons stained their bodies.Vegetable Dyes|Ethel M. Mairet
Gleini nadroedd (possibly amulets) and vitrum have been found here.