- coronary thrombosis,
- coronary valve,
- coronary vein,
- coronary-care unit,
- coronation chicken,
Origin of coronation
Examples from the Web for coronation
Was her coronation as the future queen of pop soul made in haste?The Swedish Queen of Soulful Pop: Mapei Won’t Wait for You to Listen|Caitlin Dickson|October 16, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Apparently Democrats do want a coronation but is it because they do not have better choices?
Therefore, the question “Do Democrats really want a Hillary Clinton coronation?”
On February 23, Coronation Day, El Chapo arrived with three bands.
For a story about the coronation of King George VI in 1935, Cartier-Bresson rather notably took zero pictures of the monarch.
The Coronation Anthems comprised four hymns, of which we do not know the exact order.Handel|Romain Rolland
The very next day, the fourth, was the day that the council had appointed for the coronation.Richard III|Jacob Abbott
As they went from Reims after the coronation, Dunois and the archbishop were riding by her rein.The Red True Story Book|Various
So they reasoned that of course this Indian chieftain of thirty tribes would be delighted with the regal pomp of a coronation.The Princess Pocahontas|Virginia Watson
Amid unprecedented pomp he celebrates the coronation of his faithful and devoted wife, to whom he also has been faithful.Beacon Lights of History, Volume VIII|John Lord
Word Origin for coronation
late 14c., from Late Latin coronationem (nominative coronatio) "a crowning," from past participle stem of Latin coronare "to crown," from corona "crown" (see crown (n.)).