medallion

  1. any of various large ancient Greek coins
  2. a circular helping of food (especially a boneless cut of meat)
  3. an emblem indicating that a taxicab is registered
  4. an award for winning a championship or commemorating some other event

medallion

Thin, oval or circular tablet, used as a decorative motif - in Oriental carpets, for example - inset into a panel of furniture, embedded in glass for display purposes, decorated with painted or relief motifs on ceramics, or, in terms of jewellery, worn as a pendant or brooch.

medallion

A large Roman presentation piece of the fifth century. Sometimes used for a large medal, usually three or more inches in diameter.
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medallion

[n] - any of various large ancient Greek coins 2. [n] - a circular helping of food (especially a boneless cut of meat) 3. [n] - an emblem indicating that a taxicab is registered
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Medallion

a circular or oval plaque on a building.
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Medallion

Me·dal'lion noun [ French médaillion , Italian medaglione , augm. of medaglia . See Medal .] 1. A large medal or memorial coin. 2. A circular or oval (or, sometimes, square) tablet bearing a figure or figures represented in relief.
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medallion

noun a circular helping of food (especially a boneless cut of meat); `medallions of veal`
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Medallion

• (n.) A circular or oval (or, sometimes, square) tablet bearing a figure or figures represented in relief. • (n.) A large medal or memorial coin.
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Medallion

The pattern that is created by perforating shoes. This is typical of brogue shoes, where the pattern is always symmetrical.
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Medallion

Small round or oval of lightly pounded meat such as chicken, tenderloin, pork and veal.
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Medallion

Small bas-relief, often made of metal.
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Medallion

The term medallion was originally applied to the large antique medals struck in Rome and in the provinces by the emperors. They were usually of gold or silver, and exceeded in size the largest coins of these metals of which the name and value are known. They were probably struck to commemorate persons or events.
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medallion

Circular or oval framed ornamentation, often containg a portrait in relief. The word literally means a large medal.
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Medallion

A round piece of metal resembling a coin but not a `coin of the realm.” A medallion may be issued by a government or private mint. The Engelhard 1-oz silver prospector is a privately-minted medallion.
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Medallion

A circular or elliptical raised tablet or pane, with carved or inscribed surface.
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