• Definition for "coronis"
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coronis definition

  • noun:
    • A device, curved stroke, or flourish formed with a pen, coming at the end of a book or chapter; a colophon. For example: ⸎, ۞.
    • In Greek grammar, a sign ['] often put over a contracted syllable.
    • The curved range or grow after a book or section; hence, the finish.
    • A device, curved swing, or flourish created with a pen, coming at the conclusion of a book or chapter; a colophon. Like: ⸎, ۞.
    • In paleography, a curve, two fold bend, or flourish, regularly mark the end of a paragraph, a section, or a complete guide.
    • In Greek grammar, a sign ['] sometimes put over a contracted syllable.
    • ergo the finish typically; in conclusion; the summing up.
    • The curved range or flourish at the end of a novel or part; for this reason, the end.
    • In Greek sentence structure, an indication of crasis or contraction (') put over the contracted vowel or diphthong, as κα%148ν for καί α%148ν.
    • In paleography, a curve, dual bend, or flourish, regularly mark the end of a paragraph, a section, or an entire book.
    • ergo the conclusion generally; the final outcome; the summing-up.
    • In Greek grammar, an indication of crasis or contraction (') put across contracted vowel or diphthong, as κα%148ν for καί α%148ν.
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