Definition of opus anglicanum in English:

opus anglicanum

noun

historical
  • The fine pictorial embroidery produced in England in the Middle Ages, especially between 1100 and 1350, and used particularly for ecclesiastical vestments.

Origin

Mid 19th century; earliest use found in Charles H. Hartshorne (1802–1865), antiquary. From post-classical Latin opus anglicanum, lit. ‘English work’ from classical Latin opus work + post-classical Latin anglicanum, neuter of anglicanus.

Pronunciation

opus anglicanum

/ˌəʊpəs aŋɡlɪˈkeɪnəm/