Welcome to this weeks installment of
Inappropriate Image Wednesday.
Today's word comes from my fellow blogger, GoodJobMama, and the word of the day is:
crown /kraʊn/ Show Spelled[kroun]
1.any of various types of headgear worn by a monarch as a symbol of sovereignty, often made of precious metal and ornamented with valuable gems.
2. a similar ornamental headgear worn by a person designated king or queen in a pageant, contest, etc.
3. an ornamental wreath or circlet for the head, conferred by the ancients as a mark of victory, athletic ormilitary distinction, etc.
4. the distinction that comes from a great achievement.
5. the power or dominion of a sovereign
6. (often initial capital letter ) the sovereign as head of the state, or the supreme governing power of a stateunder a monarchical government.
7. any crownlike emblem or design, as in a heraldic crest.
8. the top or highest part of anything, as of a hat or a mountain.
9. the top of the head: Jack fell down and broke his crown.
10. Dentistry .
a. the part of a tooth that is covered by enamel.
b. an artificial substitute, as of gold or porcelain, for the crown of a tooth.
11. the highest point of any construction of convex section or outline, as an arch, vault, deck, or road.
12. the highest or most nearly perfect state of anything.
13. an exalting or chief attribute.
14. the acme or supreme source of honor, excellence, beauty, etc.
15. something having the form of a crown, as the corona of a flower.
16. Botany .
17. the crest, as of a bird.
18. Architecture .
a. a termination of a tower consisting of a lanternlike steeple supported entirely by a number of flyingbuttresses.
b. any ornamental termination of a tower or turret.
19. Also called button. Horology . a knurled knob for winding a watch.
20. any of various coins bearing the figure of a crown or crowned head.
21. a former silver coin of the United Kingdom, equal to five shillings: retained in circulation equal to 25 newpence after decimalization in 1971.
22. the monetary unit of Denmark, Iceland, Norway, or Sweden: a krona or krone.
23. the koruna of Czechoslovakia.
24. a crimped metal bottle cap.
25. crown glass.
26. Cookery . crown roast.
28. a drill bit consisting of a metal matrix holding diamond chips.
29. Also called head. Nautical . the part of an anchor at which the arms join the shank.
30. Machinery .
a. a slight convexity given to a pulley supporting a flat belt in order to center the belt.
b. a slight convexity given to the outer faces of the teeth of two gears so that they mesh toward their centersrather than at the ends.
31. a size of printing paper, 15 × 20 inches (38 × 51 cm). Compare double crown.
32. Nautical, Machinery . swallow1 ( def. 12 ) .
33. Knots . a knot made by interweaving the strands at the end of a rope, often made as the beginning of aback splice or as the first stage in tying a more elaborate knot.
34. a crownpiece.
verb (used with object)
35. to invest with a regal crown, or with regal dignity and power.
36. to place a crown or garland upon the head of.
37. to honor or reward; invest with honor, dignity, etc.
38. to be at the top or highest part of.
39. to complete worthily; bring to a successful or triumphant conclusion: The award crowned his career.40. Informal . to hit on the top of the head: She crowned her brother with a picture book.
41. to give to (a construction) an upper surface of convex section or outline.
42. to cap (a tooth) with a false crown.
43. Checkers . to change (a checker) into a king after having safely reached the last row.
44. Knots . to form a crown on (the end of a rope).
verb (used without object)
45. Medicine/Medical . (of a baby in childbirth) to reach a stage in delivery where the largest diameter of the fetal head is emerging from the pelvic outlet.
Here we go!
|Anime... but still she's covered..|
Where is her crown by the way?
|Skanky...But still... Not so bad.|
|Okay.. now we're pushing it...|
|Random.. No Crown.... But still... OKAY|
|I thought this one was pretty cute.|
Thank you GoodJobMama, for finding a pretty innocent word to search on Yahoo Images!
Pat yourself on the back.
I need a word for next week.