oculi

oculus

[ok-yuh-luhs]
noun, plural oculi [ok-yuh-lahy] .
1.
an eye.
2.
Architecture. a circular opening, especially one at the apex of a dome.
3.
Archaeology. a design representing an eye, as on funerary pottery found in megalithic tombs of Europe.

Origin:
< Neo-Latin, Latin: eye

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oculus
pl. oculi, from L. oculus "eye" (see eye).
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oculus oc·u·lus (ŏk'yə-ləs)
n. pl. oc·u·li (-lī')
Abbr. O
Eye.

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