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
So Corona was sent to school; but not, as it befell, to Miss Dickinson's.
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.
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.)).