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muški rodarheologija

corona

imenica

ETYM Latin corona crown.
Related to Crown.
Colored ring, due to diffraction, seen round sun or moon; luminous envelope surrounding sun; Phonetics, tip of tongue.
1 > One or more circles of light seen around a luminous object.
2 > A long cigar with blunt ends.
3 > (Anatomy) Any structure that resembles a crown in shape.
Faint halo of hot (about
2;,000,000şC/
3;,600,000şF) and tenuous gas around the Sun, which boils from the surface.
It is visible at solar eclipses or through a coronagraph, an instrument that blocks light from the Sun’s brilliant disc.
Gas flows away from the corona to form the solar wind.

venac

muški rod

Ukras od cveća i lišća.

coronal

imenica

Coronel.

chaplet

imenica

ETYM French chapelet, dim. of Old Fren. chapel hat, garland, dim. from Late Lat. cappa. Related to Cap, Chapelet, Chapeau.
A string lined with beads, used for counting prayers | SYN: rosary.
Circlet or wreath for the head; short string of prayer beads.

corona

imenica

ETYM Latin corona crown.
Related to Crown.
Colored ring, due to diffraction, seen round sun or moon; luminous envelope surrounding sun; Phonetics, tip of tongue.
1 > One or more circles of light seen around a luminous object.
2 > A long cigar with blunt ends.
3 > (Anatomy) Any structure that resembles a crown in shape.
Faint halo of hot (about
2;,000,000şC/
3;,600,000şF) and tenuous gas around the Sun, which boils from the surface.
It is visible at solar eclipses or through a coronagraph, an instrument that blocks light from the Sun’s brilliant disc.
Gas flows away from the corona to form the solar wind.

crants

imenica

crown

imenica

ETYM Old Eng. corone, coroun, crune, croun, Old Fren. corone, corune, French couronne, from Latin corona crown, wreath; akin to Greek korone anything curved, crown; cf. also Latin curvus curved.
Related to Cornice, Corona, Coroner, Coronet.
Official headdress worn by a king or queen.
The modern crown originated with the diadem, an embroidered fillet worn by Eastern rulers, for which a golden band was later substituted.
A laurel crown was granted by the Greeks to a victor in the games, and by the Romans to a triumphant general.
Crowns came into use among the Byzantine emperors and the European kings after the fall of the Western Empire.
Perhaps the oldest crown in Europe is the Iron Crown of Lombardy, made in 591.
The crown of Charlemagne, preserved in Vienna, consists of eight gold plates.
1 > The headware worn as a symbol of a monarchy.
2 > (Archaic) An English coin worth
5; shillings.
3 > An ornamental headdress signifying sovereignty | SYN: diadem.
4 > The top, rear portion of the head.
5 > The uppermost part of a shape | SYN: peak, summit.
6 > The part of a hat covering the crown of the head.
7 > A wreath or garland worn on the head to signify victory.
8 > The enamel covered part of a tooth above the gum.
9 > The upper branches and leaves of a tree | SYN: capitulum, treetop.

crownal

imenica

garland

imenica

ETYM Old Eng. garland, gerlond, Old Fren. garlande, French guirlande; of uncertain origin; cf.
Old High Germ. wiara, wiera, crown, pure gold, Mid.
High Germ. wieren to adorn.
1 > A wreath made of branches, flowers, or feathers, and sometimes of precious stones, to be worn on the head like a crown; a coronal; a wreath.
2 > The crown of a king.

halo

imenica

ETYM Latin halos, acc. halo, Greek alos a thrashing floor, also (from its round shape) the disk of the sun or moon, and later a halo round it; cf. Greek eilyein to enfold, elyein to roll round, Latin volvere, and Eng. voluble.
A circle of light around the sun or moon.

wreath

imenica

ETYM Old Eng. wrethe, AS. wraeth a twisted band, from wrîthan to twist. Related to Writhe.
A circular band of foliage or flowers for ornamental purposes | SYN: garland, coronal, chaplet, lei.

venac

muški rodbotanika

Kotur upletenog cveća, način aranžiranja cveća.

corona

imenica

ETYM Latin corona crown.
Related to Crown.
Colored ring, due to diffraction, seen round sun or moon; luminous envelope surrounding sun; Phonetics, tip of tongue.
1 > One or more circles of light seen around a luminous object.
2 > A long cigar with blunt ends.
3 > (Anatomy) Any structure that resembles a crown in shape.
Faint halo of hot (about
2;,000,000şC/
3;,600,000şF) and tenuous gas around the Sun, which boils from the surface.
It is visible at solar eclipses or through a coronagraph, an instrument that blocks light from the Sun’s brilliant disc.
Gas flows away from the corona to form the solar wind.

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