a small shining disk or spangle used for ornamentation, as on women’s clothing and accessories or on theatrical costumes.
a former gold coin of Venice, introduced in 1284; ducat.
a former gold coin of Malta, introduced c1535.
a former gold coin of Turkey, introduced in 1478.
a small piece of shiny often coloured metal foil or plastic, usually round, used to decorate garments, etc
Also called zecchino. any of various gold coins that were formerly minted in Italy, Turkey, and Malta
noun a logical conclusion from the premises; a logical consequence Word Origin Latin ‘it follows’
noun 1. either of two large coniferous trees of California, Sequoiadendron giganteum or Sequoia sempervirens, both having reddish bark and reaching heights of more than 300 feet (91 meters). noun 1. either of two giant Californian coniferous trees, Sequoia sempervirens (redwood) or Sequoiadendron giganteum (formerly Sequoia gigantea) (big tree or giant sequoia): family Taxodiaceae
noun 1. a national park in central California: giant sequoia trees. 604 sq. mi. (1565 sq. km). Sequoia National Park noun 1. a national park in central California, in the Sierra Nevada Mountains: established in 1890 to protect groves of giant sequoias, some of which are about 4000 years old. Area: 1556 sq km (601 […]
sequoiosis se·quoi·o·sis (sē’kwoi-ō’sĭs) n. Extrinsic allergic alveolitis caused by inhalation of redwood sawdust containing spores of various fungi.