dais

[n] - a platform raised above the surrounding level to give prominence to the person on it
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Dais

This is a raised platform, where a Lord and his immediate family might sit, in a Medieval hall. This would show their status.
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Dais

Da'is (dā'ĭs) noun [ Middle English deis , des , table, dais, Old French deis table, French dais a canopy, Latin discus a quoit, a dish (from the shape), Late Latin , table, from Greek ... a quoit, a dish. See Dish .] 1. The high...
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dais

podium noun a platform raised above the surrounding level to give prominence to the person on it
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Dais

• (n.) The high or principal table, at the end of a hall, at which the chief guests were seated; also, the chief seat at the high table. • (n.) A canopy over the seat of a person of dignity. • (n.) A platform slightly raised above the floor of a hall or large room, giving distinction to the table and seats placed upon it for the chie...
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dais

any raised platform in a room, used primarily for ceremonial purposes. Originally the term referred to a raised portion of the floor at the end of a ...
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Dais

In architecture, a dais, des or dese, is a raised floor at the head of a dining-room, formerly decorated with a canopy, designed for use by guests of distinction.
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dais

a raised platform for the high table, at the end of the upper hall
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dais

A raised platform in a hall or large room, usually where guest speakers, honored guests or expert panels are seated....
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Dais

A dais (s or s) is any raised platform located either inside or outside of a room or enclosure, often for dignified occupancy,{sfn|Chisholm|1911} as at the front of a lecture hall or sanctuary. At military parades, the dais is the raised, sometimes covered, platform from where the troops are reviewed, addresses made and salutes taken. Historically...
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dais

a platform raised above the surrounding level
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Dais

A platform or raised floor.
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dais

a platform raised above the surrounding level
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dais

a platform above the floor of a large room
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