Crown ( noun , verb )

(As a noun)

Crown ( noun )

  1. 1. A decorative wreath or band worn on the head, typically as a symbol of royalty.
  2. 2. The uppermost part of the head.
  3. 3. The topmost part of a tree, plant, or structure.
  4. 4. The highest point or summit.
  5. 5. A unit of currency used in some European countries, especially in Denmark, Norway, and Sweden.

Origin:

Old english crown, crun, of germanic origin; related to dutch kroon and german krone.

Examples:

  1. 1. The king was wearing a golden crown.
  2. 2. The crown of his head was bald.
  3. 3. The crown of the tree was damaged by the storm.
  4. 4. The crown of the mountain was covered in snow.
  5. 5. He had a collection of crowns from different countries.

(As a verb)

Crown ( verb )

  1. 1. A decorative wreath or band worn on the head, typically as a symbol of royalty.
  2. 2. The uppermost part of the head.
  3. 3. The topmost part of a tree, plant, or structure.
  4. 4. The highest point or summit.
  5. 5. A unit of currency used in some European countries, especially in Denmark, Norway, and Sweden.

Origin:

Old english crown, crun, of germanic origin; related to dutch kroon and german krone.

Examples:

  1. 1. The king was wearing a golden crown.
  2. 2. The crown of his head was bald.
  3. 3. The crown of the tree was damaged by the storm.
  4. 4. The crown of the mountain was covered in snow.
  5. 5. He had a collection of crowns from different countries.
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