globus cruciger

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English[edit]

The Austrian globus cruciger
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Etymology[edit]

From Latin globus cruciger (globe bearing a cross).

Noun[edit]

globus cruciger (plural globus crucigers)

  1. A globe topped by a cross: used as a symbol of royal power.

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Latin[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From globus (sphere, globe) + cruciger (bearing a cross).

Pronunciation[edit]

  • (Classical) IPA(key): /ˈɡlo.bus ˈkru.ki.ɡer/, [ˈɡɫɔ.bʊs ˈkrʊ.kɪ.ɡɛr]

Noun[edit]

globus cruciger m (genitive globus crucigerī); second declension

  1. globus cruciger; a royal orb with a cross

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