diorama

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Etymology[edit]

Borrowing from French diorama (1822), coined by Louis Daguerre from Ancient Greek διά- (diá-, through, across, by, over) + ὅραμα (hórama, view)

Noun[edit]

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diorama (plural dioramas)

  1. A three-dimensional display of a scenery, often having a painted background in front of which models are arranged, e.g. in a museum where stuffed animals are presented against a painted landscape.

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Noun[edit]

diorama m (plural diorami)

  1. (art) diorama

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