Coronet

The line where the pastern and hoof meet.

Coronet

A coronet is a small crown consisting of ornaments fixed on a metal ring. By one definition, a coronet differs from a crown in that a coronet never has arches, and from a tiara in that a coronet completely encircles the head, while a tiara does not. By a slightly different definition, a crown is worn by an emperor, empress, king or queen; a corone...
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Coronet

• (n.) The iron head of a tilting spear; a coronel. • (n.) An ornamental or honorary headdress, having the shape and character of a crown; particularly, a crown worn as the mark of high rank lower than sovereignty. The word is used by Shakespeare to denote also a kingly crown. • (n.) The upper part of a horse`s hoof, where the horn t...
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Coronet

(from the article `publishing, history of`) ...were started by Wilfred J. Funk on the proceeds from his father`s Literary Digest (sold to Time in 1938). Of those more directly inspired by ...
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coronet

noun margin between the skin of the pastern and the horn of the hoof
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Coronet

[magazine] Coronet was a general interest digest magazine published from October 13, 1936, to March 1971 and ran for 299 issues. The magazine was owned by Esquire and published by David A. Smart from 1936 to 1961. ==Typical issue== Each issue had a wide variety of articles and features, as well as a condensed book section. Poetry was featur...
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Coronet

[typeface] Coronet is an American typeface designed in 1937 by R. Hunter Middleton. It is also sometimes known as `Ribbon 131`. ==Uses in Popular Culture== ...
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Coronet

[yacht] The Coronet, a wooden-hull schooner yacht built in 1885, is one of the oldest and largest schooner yachts in the world. ==History== ...
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Coronet

Cor'o·net noun [ Dim. of Middle English corone crown; confer Old French coronete . See Crown , and confer Crownet , Cronet .] 1. An ornamental or honorary headdress, having the shape and character of a crown; particularly, a crown worn as the mark of high ra...
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Coronet

A coronet is a special crown worn by nobles on State occasions and represented above their coats of arms. The designs vary according to the rank of the wearer. In England, the Prince of Wale's coronet is distinguished from the royal crown by having a single instead of a double arch. A duke's coronet has on the rim eight strawberry leaves; that of a...
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coronet

A small crown or tiara worn by Liberty in some of the early U.S. coins.
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Coronet

a small or inferior type of crown, especially one worn by a person of high rank but lower than a sovereign, and usually made without arches.See in heraldry
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Coronet

Coronary band All growth occurs here Soft tissue is turned into
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coronet

coronet (kôr"unet', kor"u–) , head attire of a noble of high rank, worn on state occasions. It is inferior to the crown. British peers wear their coronets at the coronation of their sovereign. Although dukes wore coronets to mark their rank by the 14th cent., it was in the re...
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coronet

in Great Britain, ceremonial headdress of a peer or peeress, still worn with robes at a coronation and adorned along its rim with ornaments varying ... [1 related articles]
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coronet

Small crown worn by a peer at coronations. A duke's coronet consists of a golden circlet, above which are eight strawberry leaves; a marquess's has four strawberry leaves with four points surmounted...
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Coronet

Small crown worn by members of nobility as a symbol of rank.
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Coronet

Style of Liberty Head used on U.S. copper and gold coins for much of the 19th century. Liberty wears a coronet.
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Coronet

Surface of the hoof.
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coronet

The line of junction between the skin and the hoof or claw. ... Origin: Fr. Coronette; L. Corona, crown ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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coronet

[n] - a small crown 2. [n] - margin between the skin of the pastern and the horn of the hoof
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