lacuna \luh-KYOO-nuh\, noun;plural lacunae \luh-KYOO-nee\ or lacunas Lacuna is from the Latin lacuna, "a cavity, a hollow," from lacus, "a hollow.":
- A blank space; a missing part; a gap.
- (Biology) A small opening, depression, or cavity in an anatomical structure.
Cristina Scabbia of Lacuna Coil
grangerize \GRYEN-juh-rahyz\, verb:
1. To add to the visual content of a book by inserting images not included in the original volume, often by mutilating other books.Grangerize is named after James Granger (1723-1776), an English clergyman whose "Biographical History of England" (1769) included areas for additional illustrations.
2. To mutilate books in order to get illustrative material for such a purpose.
It was in the news feed
- An excuse you can use after Facebook creeping and getting caught. It always works, though the suspicious individual will likely remain skeptical.
Derek: "No, it was in the news feed!"
Sally: "Like OMG he is the best BF ever!"
Jared: "You mean Braun?"
Sally: "How did you know he was my BF?! I haven't changed my relationship status yet!!!!"
Jared: "It's been in the news feed."