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Definition of the noun coronal

What does coronal mean as a name of something?

noun - plural: coronals

  1. flower arrangement consisting of a circular band of foliage or flowers for ornamental purposes

Alternative definition of the noun coronal

noun

  1. a crown or coronet
  2. a wreath or garland of flowers
  3. [obsolete] a variant of colonel

Definition of the adjective coronal

What does coronal mean as an attribute of a noun?

adjective

  1. relating to a crown
  2. [context: astronomy] relating to the corona of a star
  3. [context: botany] relating to the corona of a flower
  4. [context: phonetics] relating to a sound made with the tip or blade of the tongue
  5. [context: anatomy] a "coronal plane" or a "coronal section" divides a body into dorsal (back) and ventral (front)

Phrases with coronal

  1. Coronal Plane
  2. coronal suture
  3. Coronal Mass Ejection

Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for coronal

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Google previewThe Proceedings of the Twenty-seventh Annual Child Language Research Forum (1995)

by Eve V. Clark

H H H H c v c v c v c [bubu| |bup| Finally, in phonological theory it is claimed that Coronal is the universally unmarked place of articulation. In underspecification theory, for example, it is the place of articulation feature that remains unspecified in ...

Google previewRabelais (1893)

The Five Books and Minor Writings, Together with Letters & Documents Illustrating His Life. A New Translation, with Notes by François Rabelais

750755- The coronal is the anterior bone of the * This is a ludicrous mock - heroic skull, in modern anatomy the/row/a/ bone, combination of the well-known Homeric The meninges are the three membranes that simile wherein Ajax is ...

Google previewNotes and Queries (1892)

For Readers and Writers, Collectors and Librarians

Coronal is a very common spelling of colonel in seventeenth century writers. Littleton's 'Dictionary' gives this form the place of honour over the other. C. C. B. Ksronrs or run Roux. OAK (7m S. xii. 369). “A List of Persons Names who ...

Google previewCollier's Cyclopedia of Commercial and Social Information and Treasury of Useful and Entertaining Knowledge on Art, Science, Pastimes, Belles-lettres, and Many Other Subjects of Interest in the American Home Circle (1882)

The coronal is an elevation lying below the pastel-n, and is furnished with long hair falling over the hoof, all round the foot. The lwafs form, so to speak, the nails of the horse, and consist of a horny substance. In order to describe the parts which ...

Google previewAn Introduction to the Study of Language (1914)

by Leonard Bloomfield

articulation with the tip is called coronal, with the back, dorsal. Coronal articulation against the upper teeth or the gums just behind them is called dental; it produces, of stops, the unvoiced [t] and the voiced [d]. These occur in several varieties ...

Google previewChristian Holiness (1882)

Its Philosophy, Theory, and Experience by Smith H. Platt

forms of the verta- brate type of animal life — fishes, reptiles, birds, and mammals — the conclusion has been reached upon purely scientific ground, that the coronal is the crowning development of creation, (See Agassiz, Dana, and others.) ...

Google previewDictionary of Geophysics, Astrophysics, and Astronomy (2001)

by Richard A. Matzner

coronal lines Except possibly for the periods of highest solar activity, the largest coronal holes are located at relatively high...

Google previewA Dictionary of Phonetics and Phonology (2004)

by R.L. Trask

coronal /'kɒrənəl/ 1. adj. (of an articulation) Articulated with the tip or ...

Google previewThe Facts on File Dictionary of Astronomy (2009)

by John Daintith, William Gould

coronal gas /kŏ-roh- năl/ Collisionally ionized gas (mostly hydrogen) at a temperature of about 106 ...

Google previewA Dictionary of the Economic Products of India: Abaca to Buxus (1899)

by Sir George Watt, Edgar Thurston, T. N. Mukharji

Coronal processes laterally compressed . . . . . .19. Calotropis. Corolla valvate. Coronal processes spathulate . 'ig. Asclepias. Corolla-lobes overlapping.

Google previewA Dictionary of the Economic Products of India (1889)

by Sir George Watt

Coronal processes laterally compressed19. Calotropis. Corolla valvate. Coronal processes spathulate . mig. Asclepias. Corolla-lobes overlapping. Coronal processes short, fleshy 20. Pentabothra. ft Stem twining. Corolla-lobes overlapping.

Google previewDictionary of Astronomy (1997)

by Martin Ince

coronal streamers Earth, Coriolis Forces affect missiles, ocean currents and airliners in flight. The idea of Coriolis Forces illustrates relative frames of reference - the force seems to act on the smaller object, although an outside observer ...

Google previewDictionary of Linguistics and Phonetics (2011)

by David Crystal

Coronal sounds are defined ARTICULATORILY, as those produced with the BLADE of the TONGUE raised from its neutral position. ALVEOLAR, DENTAL and PALATO-ALVEOLAR CONSONANTS are [+coronal] (abbreviated as [+cor]) ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Human Memory (2013)

by Annette Kujawski Taylor Ph.D.

CORONAL SECTION When examining the anatomy ( structure) or physiology (function) of the brain (or body), one could slice the brain in one ...

Google previewEncyclopaedia Perthensis; Or Universal Dictionary of the Arts, Sciences, Literature, &c. Intended to Supersede the Use of Other Books of Reference (1816)

Coronal Maxilla. Comprejfores narium. Levatores lab. sup. alarumq. nqfi. Levatorcs angulorum oris. Depressores alarum nafi. Buccinatores. Mylo+ haryngei.

Google previewAn Encyclopedia of Language (2002)

by N.E. Collinge

[+coronal]: Tongue tip or blade raised. [+anterior]: Constriction at alveolar ridge or further forward. [+high]: Tongue body raised. [+continuant]: Airflow through oral cavitynot blocked.

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Coronal mass ejection Meaning

Video shows what coronal mass ejection means. A massive burst of solar wind, other light isotope plasma, and magnetic fields rising above the solar corona or ...

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Scrabble value of C3O1R1O1N1A1L1

The value of this 7-letter word is 9 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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