There are 2 definitions of lacunar in English:

lacunar1

Syllabification: la·cu·nar
Pronunciation: /ləˈk(y)o͞onər
 
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adjective

  • Of or relating to a lacuna.
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    • Patients with diabetes are probably more prone to irreversible rather than reversible ischaemic brain damage, and small lacunar infarcts are common.
    • Just 42 patients in the recombinant tissue plasminogen activator trials were over 80, and only a few had lacunar strokes.
    • Of the patients with AD, 15.5% also had cerebral microinfarcts, 19.4% had lacunar infarcts, and 19.4% had hippocampal sclerosis.

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a small amount; a little

There are 2 definitions of lacunar in English:

lacunar2

Syllabification: la·cu·nar
Pronunciation: /
 
ləˈk(y)o͞onər/

noun

  • 1A vault or ceiling consisting of recessed panels.
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    • The recurrence of blind arches placed on half columns, with inner lacunars surmounted by arcades resting on columns, is linked by corbels to the wall facing.
  • 1.1A panel in a lacunar.
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    • The church is circular in shape and it is covered by an impressive dome which is styled on the Pantheon, with lacunars and rosettes carved from limestone.
    • The ceiling, constructed between 1461 and 1484 is made up of square lacunars with leaf decorations and heads of angels with eight wings, each with different facial characteristics.
    • Its interior is characterized by a great central peperino arch with lacunars and rosettes, introducing to the high altar consecrated to the Virgin, whose icon is painted on a piece of slate.

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Word of the day skosh
Pronunciation: skōSH
noun
a small amount; a little