- In a manuscript – a blank, a missing portion
- In physical science – a gap, an empty space, spot or cavity
- In anatomy – a space in the connective tissue, a small cavity in the bone substance
- In botany – an air space in the cellular tissue of plants
Oxford English Dictionary
Oxford University Press, 2012
‘Lacuna’ is used in literary circles to refer to a missing piece of text in a document; in legal circles, it identifies where there is a void in the law and new legislation is needed; in architecture, it refers to a missing piece of structure.
LACUNA Group International exists to fill a void – a missing piece – that exists between culture, religion and world affairs.