|—n , pl -pullae|
|1.||anatomy the dilated end part of certain ducts or canals, such as the end of a uterine tube|
|a. a vessel for containing the wine and water used at the Eucharist|
|b. a small flask for containing consecrated oil|
|3.||a Roman two-handled bottle for oil, wine, or perfume|
|[C16: from Latin, diminutive of |
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