noun, plural co·ro·nas, co·ro·nae [kuh-roh-nee] /kəˈroʊ ni/.
Origin of corona
Examples from the Web for corona
Contemporary Examples of corona
On one occasion, he opened fire with a rifle on officers in Corona who were tasked with protecting one of his would-be targets.Rogue Ex-Cop Disappears in the Snow
February 8, 2013
Historical Examples of corona
Corona caught at the word and repeated it with a shiver of excitement.
Corona's laugh was like the bubbling of water in a hidden well.
So Corona was sent to school; but not, as it befell, to Miss Dickinson's.
Corona carried him thus attired off to her bed in triumph—but not to sleep.
And what (do you suppose) did Corona seek in the kitchen garden?
noun plural -nas or -nae (-niː)
- the trumpet-shaped part of the corolla of daffodils and similar plants; the crown
- a crown of leafy outgrowths from inside the petals of some flowers
Word Origin for corona
1650s, from Latin corona "crown, garland" (see crown (n.)).