crux stellata

noun
crux stel·​la·​ta | \ -steˈlātə, -ätə\
plural cruces stellatae\ -​āˌtē , -​äˌtī \

Definition of crux stellata

: a cross with arms that end in stars

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History and Etymology for crux stellata

New Latin, literally, starred cross

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