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coroune (plural corounes)
- An important, symbolic, or significant piece of headwear:
- A crown; a piece or item of royal headgear.
- A coronet or tiara; headgear of lesser (religious or secular) leaders.
- a. 1382, John Wycliffe, “Apocalips 4:4”, in Wycliffe's Bible:
- And in the cumpas of the ſeete weren foure and twenti ſmale ſeetis; and aboue the troones foure and twenti eldre men ſittinge, hilid aboute with whijt clothis, and in the heedis of hem goldun corouns.
- And around the perimeter of the seat there were twenty-four small seats, and on those seats twenty-four elders sat, wearing white clothing and having golden crowns on their heads.
- A garland or circlet (often as a prize for victory).
- A nimb or halo; a metaphysical crown.
- That which belongs or pertains to a monarch:
- The crown, peak or apex of one's head.
- A patch of shaved hair (usually of a monk).
- The capitulum of a flower or the area of a fruit corresponding to it.
- A depiction, likeness, or representation of a crown.
- A piece of non-British currency with a crown on it.
- (Judaism, historical) A golden stripe surrounding important historic Jewish artifacts.
- (rare) A candle holder; a candelabrum.
- Alternative form of