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1coronal

noun cor·o·nal \ˈkr-ə-nəl, ˈkär-\

Definition of CORONAL

:  a circlet for the head usually implying rank or dignity

Variants of CORONAL

cor·o·nal also cor·o·nel \ˈkr-ə-nəl, ˈkär-\
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Examples of CORONAL

  1. <a Renaissance portrait of a nobel woman of Florence wearing a bejeweled coronal>

Origin of CORONAL

Middle English coronal, from Anglo-French, from Latin coronalis of a crown, from corona
First Known Use: 14th century

Related to CORONAL

Synonyms
chaplet, crown (also coronel), coronet, diadem

2coronal

adjective co·ro·nal \ˈkr-ə-nəl, ˈkär-; kə-ˈrō-\

Definition of CORONAL

1
a :  lying in the direction of the coronal suture
b :  of or relating to the frontal plane that passes through the long axis of the body
2
:  of or relating to a corona or crown

First Known Use of CORONAL

14th century
Medical Dictionary

coronal

adjective co·ro·nal \ˈkr-ən-əl, ˈkär-; kə-ˈrōn-\

Medical Definition of CORONAL

1
:  of, relating to, or being a corona
2
:  lying in the direction of the coronal suture
3
:  of or relating to the frontal plane that passes through the long axis of the body

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