lacunose

[luh-kyoo-nohs] /ləˈkyu noʊs/
adjective
1.
full of or having lacunae.
Also, lacunulose
[luh-kyoo-nyuh-lohs] /ləˈkyu nyəˌloʊs/ (Show IPA)
.
Origin
1810–20; < Latin lacūnōsus full of holes or gaps. See lacuna, -ose1
Related forms
lacunosity
[lak-yoo-nos-i-tee] /ˌlæk yʊˈnɒs ɪ ti/ (Show IPA),
noun
sublacunose, adjective
British Dictionary definitions for lacunose
lacuna (ləˈkjuːnə)
 
n , pl -nae, -nas
1.  a gap or space, esp in a book or manuscript
2.  biology a cavity or depression, such as any of the spaces in the matrix of bone
3.  another name for coffer
 
[C17: from Latin lacūna pool, cavity, from lacus lake]
 
la'cunose
 
adj
 
la'cunal
 
adj
 
la'cunary
 
adj
 
lacunosity
 
n

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