Etymology
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coronal (adj.)

1540s, "pertaining to a crown" (or, later, to one of the extended senses of Latin corona), from French coronal (16c.), from Latin coronalis "of or pertaining to a crown," from corona "a crown" (see crown (n.)).

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Definitions of coronal

coronal (n.)
flower arrangement consisting of a circular band of foliage or flowers for ornamental purposes;
Synonyms: wreath / garland / chaplet / lei
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