Origin of coronal
Examples from the Web for coronal
Its birthday robe was yet a-weaving, its coronal of blossoms yet folded buds, its choristers not ready with their fullest pæans.Audrey|Mary Johnston
The portions of the coronal suture below and above the bend differ somewhat in character.
Osculum twice as broad as the central chamber, surrounded by a coronal of strong conical teeth, twice as long as its diameter.
Coronal of the peristome with the same number of short, divergent feet, alternating with the larger pores.
This would show that an important part of the coronal light is due to reflected sunshine.
British Dictionary definitions for coronal
Word Origin for coronal
Word Origin and History for coronal
1540s, "pertaining to a crown" (or, later, to one of the extended senses of Latin corona), from French coronal (16c.), from Latin coronalis, from corona (see crown (n.)).