cupola

Type: Term Pronunciation: kū′pŏ-lă Synonyms: cupula
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Cupola

In architecture, a cupola is a roof having a rounded form, hemispherical or nearly so. The term is also applied to a ceiling having the same form. When on a large scale it is usually called a dome.
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Cupola

Hemispherical armored roof.
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cupola

[n] - a vertical cylindrical furnace for melting iron for casting 2. [n] - a roof in the form of a dome
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Cupola

A furnace for melting metals or a small dome on top of a building
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Cupola

A cupola is a short windowed tower, or dome, typically located in the center of a flat or low-slope roof.
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Cupola

Dome shaped roof structure (hemispherical ribbed).
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Cupola

A small dome at the peak of a pitched roof.
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Cupola

A domed top stage of a tower, often used as a belfry. Also used to refer to a large glazed rooflight over a hall or stairway. Related Words: Bellcote, belfry
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Cupola

A cupola is a dome, especially a small one. It is sometimes surmounted by a lantern. Also see: dome.
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Cupola

Cu'po·la noun ; plural Cupolas (-l...z). [ Italian cupola , Late Latin cupula , cuppula (cf. Latin cupula little tub). from cupa , cuppa , cup; confer Latin cupa tub. So called on account of its resemblance to a cup turned over. See
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cupola

Synonym for cupula ... A cup-shaped or domelike structure. ... Synonym: cupola. ... Origin: L. Dim. Of cupa, a tub ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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cupola

noun a roof in the form of a dome
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cupola

(koo´pә-lә) cupula.
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Cupola

• (n.) A revolving shot-proof turret for heavy ordnance. • (n.) A furnace for melting iron or other metals in large quantity, -- used chiefly in foundries and steel works. • (n.) The top of the spire of the cochlea of the ear. • (n.) A small structure standing on the top of a dome; a lantern. • (n.) A roof having a rounded
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cupola

in architecture, small dome, often resembling an overturned cup, placed on a circular, polygonal, or square base or on small pillars or a glassed-in ... [1 related articles]
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Cupola

[disambiguation] Cupola, a diminutive of the Latin cupa (barrel) and thus meaning `little barrel`, is used for dome-shaped items, including: == See also== ...
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Cupola

[ISS module] The Cupola is an ESA-built observatory module of the International Space Station (ISS). Its seven windows are used to conduct experiments, dockings and observations of Earth. It was launched aboard Space Shuttle mission STS-130 on 8 February 2010 and attached to the Tranquility (Node 3) module. With the Cupola attached, ISS ass
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Cupola

[geometry] In geometry, a cupola is a solid formed by joining two polygons, one (the base) with twice as many edges as the other, by an alternating band of triangles and rectangles. If the triangles are equilateral and the rectangles are squares, while the base and its opposite face are regular polygons, the triangular, square, and pentagon
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Cupola

In architecture, a cupola (ə) is a small, most-often dome-like, structure on top of a building. Often used to provide a lookout or to admit light and air, it usually crowns a larger roof or dome. The word derives, via Italian, from the lower Latin cupula (classical Latin cupella from the Greek κύπελλον kupellon) small cup (Latin cupa) ind
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CUPOLA

A small monitor or dome at the peak of a pitched roof.
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Cupola

*Dome.
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cupola

Latin = little dome.
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Cupola

A smaller melting furnace, typically used by a foundry to melt iron or scrap.
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Cupola

Hemispherical armored roof.
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