Meaning of angustiae in English:

angustiae

Pronunciation /aŋˈɡʌstɪiː/ /aŋˈɡʊstɪʌɪ/

noun

rare
  • With plural agreement. Narrow, constricted, or confined places; straits (literal and figurative); constraints; difficulties.

Origin

Mid 17th century; earliest use found in Henry Hammond (1605–1660), Church of England clergyman and theologian. From classical Latin angustiae, plural of angustia narrowness.