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- A taxonomic genus within the family Orthalicidae – certain pulmonate land snails endemic to South America.
- A taxonomic genus within the family Liliaceae – now included in Fritillaria.
- (genus): Eukaryota - superkingdom; Animalia - kingdom; Bilateria - subkingdom; Protostomia - infrakingdom; Spiralia - superphylum; Mollusca - phylum; Gastropoda - class; Heterobranchia - subclass; Eupulmonata - superorder; Stylommatophora - order; Orthalicoidea - superfamily; Orthalicidae - family
- (genus): Corona atramentarius, Corona loroisiana, Corona perversa, Corona pfeifferi, Corona regalis, Corona regina, Corona ribeiroi, Corona rosenbergi - species
- Corona (gastropod) on Wikipedia.Wikipedia
- Corona (mollusc) on Wikimedia Commons.Wikimedia Commons
- Corona on Wikispecies.Wikispecies
- Corona at World Register of Marine Species
- A city in Riverside County, California, United States.
- 2019 October 28, Hayley Peterson, “LuLaRoe plans to lay off 167 warehouse workers amid legal battle”, in Business Insider:
- LuLaRoe is laying off 167 employees at a warehouse in Corona, California, on December 20, according to a company filing. […] LuLaRoe confirmed the closing to Business Insider and said it will maintain separate offices in Corona that serve as its headquarters.
- A village in New Mexico, United States.
- 2020 April 19, Bill Moor, “Sports legends and current thoughts”, in South Bend Tribune:
- We passed through the little town of Corona, New Mexico. It didn’t look any different than in previous years but I had to wonder if its name had caused it any repercussions. I could have stopped and filled up the car there but … ¶ Next year, I promise.
- A town in South Dakota, United States.
- 2018 December 27, Mason Dockter, “A South Dakota man reflects on getting his Iowa license”, in Sioux City Journal:
- But it came to pass that I admitted to a certain someone that I reside on the west side of Sioux City, not with my parents in Corona, South Dakota. I was told to get an Iowa license post haste.
- A surname of Spanish origin.
- 2018 November 20, “‘Sales are going to be high’: West Wendover approves the sale of recreational marijuana”, in The Salt Lake Tribune:
- “I’m sure their sales are going to be high,” Mayor Daniel Corona told FOX 13 after the vote, adding: “Pun not intended.” ¶ Corona has argued that recreational marijuana would benefit the community, bringing with it 38 jobs and more visitors.
- A female given name.
- 2011, M. R. Tighe, Judgment on Tartarus, Tucson, AZ: Wheatmark, →ISBN, page 3:
- “Scott—Corona Scott.” She stretched to shake his hand across the narrow aisle. “But my friends call me Rona—Corona sounds a bit uppish, so I've been told.” ¶ “Gordon C. McCormick—Gordy,” he introduced himself, giving her another grin.
- A male given name.
- 2020 April 24, “Tom Hanks pens heartfelt letter to bullied Australian boy named Corona”, in The Guardian:
- Tom Hanks has sent a letter and a Corona brand typewriter to an Australian boy who wrote to him about being bullied about his name, Corona. ¶ Corona De Vries, an eight-year-old from the Gold Coast in Queensland, wrote to the Hollywood star after the actor and his wife, Rita Wilson, spent more than two weeks in quarantine after testing pos]]itive for Covid-19.
- A pale lager beer produced by Mexican brewery Cervecería Modelo, commonly served with a wedge of lime or lemon in the neck of the bottle.
- 2001, Paul Laska, “Hanging Up for Good”, in Four Years, Xlibris, →ISBN, page 255:
- Mom was concerned because I was upset but I wanted to be alone. I went to the kitchen to grab a Corona and a lime and went up to my room. […] The Corona was finished fast so I went down stairs to grab another one. Mom saw me grab another but she didn't say anything.
- 2011 August 5, Melissa Bell, “‘Leisure Dive,’ the latest in online photography pranks”, in The Washington Post:
- Intimidated by Scott’s swan dives, Lewis chose to underwhelm the poolside panel with a different approach. He grabbed a Corona, jumped horizontally over the pool, crooked his elbow and looked as nonchalantly as one can when flying out over the water.
- 2012, Daniel Bonnell, “Corona Landscapes”, in Shadow Lessons: The Unexpected Journey of an Inner City Art Teacher, Eugene, OR: Wipf and Stock, →ISBN, page 17:
- Being stressed that first six months of learning to teach, I would often stop half way and have a Corona at a gas station. It was my reward for making it through another day. It took the anxiety off my nerves just long enough to refocus the balance of the day.
Corona f (genitive Corona, plural Coronen)
- (colloquial, uncountable) corona (coronavirus disease, especially COVID-19)
- Wie schützt man sich vor Corona?
- How to protect yourself from corona?
- Obsolete spelling of Korona which was deprecated in 1902 following the Second Orthographic Conference of 1901.
- A surname.
According to data collected by Forebears in 2014, Corona is the 2,093rd most common surname in the Philippines, occurring in 5,542 individuals.