coronate

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verb cor·o·nate \ ˈkȯr-ə-ˌnāt , ˈkär- \

Definition of coronate

coronated; coronating
transitive verb
:crown 1a

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Origin and Etymology of coronate

Latin coronatus, past participle of coronare to crown, from corona


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