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ve•si•ca pis•cis

Pronunciation: (vu-sī'ku pī'sis, pis'is; vu-sē'ku pis'kis, ves'i-ku), [key] Fine Arts.
an elliptical figure in pointed form, usually one made by the intersection of two arcs and used, esp. in early Christian art, as an emblem of Christ.

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