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Definition of Lacunose

Lacunose
Lacunose Lac"u*nose`, Lacunous La*cu"nous, a. [L. lacunosus full of holes or hollows; cf. F. lacuneux. See Lacuna.] (Biol.) Furrowed or pitted; having shallow cavities or lacun[ae]; as, a lacunose leaf.

Meaning of Lacunose from wikipedia

- work. A m****cript, text, or section suffering from gaps is said to be "lacunose" or "lacunulose". Some books intentionally add lacunas to be filled in...
- (Mycenean Gr****) texts, although there is a possible attestation in the lacunose form ]pe-rjo-[ (Linear B: ]𐀟𐁊-[) on the KN E 842 tablet. The etymology...
- (lacunose), with between 1–2 lines lacunose in the first quarter of the MS, 2–3 lines lacunose in the central half, and up to seven lines lacunose in...
- collection, the fragmentary To Dionysus and To Demeter (complete save some lacunose lines), in a single fifteenth-century m****cript. Some at least of the...
- ages, and typically develops prominent ridges and pits (i.e., becomes lacunose) with maturity. The flesh is whitish, measuring 1–2 mm thick in the hollow...
- minuscule m****cript of the New Testament on parchment. The m****cript is lacunose. The codex contains the text of the four Gospels on 235 parchment leaves...
- minuscule m****cript of the New Testament on paper. The m****cript is lacunose. The codex contains the text of the Gospel of Luke (1:51-22:46), on...
- Palaeographically it has been ****igned to the 10th century. The m****cript is very lacunose. Formerly it was labeled by 122a and 143p. The codex contains the text...
- written in Gr**** on vellum in the 4th or 5th century. The m****cript is lacunose. The codex is a book of 187 leaves of 20.5–21 cm by 13-14.5 cm with painted...
- Gospels, dated palaeographically to the 6th century. The m****cript is very lacunose. The codex contains the text of the four Gospels in a very fragmentary...
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