Cor"o*na*ry (k?r"?-n?-r?), a. [L. coronarius: cf. F. coronaire.]


Of or pertaining to a crown; ferming, or adapted to form, a crown or garland.

"Coronary thorns."

Bp. Pearson.

The catalogue of coronary plants is not large in Theophrastus. Sir T. Browne.

2. Anat.

Resembling, or situated like, a crown or circlet; as, the coronary arteries and veins of the heart.


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Cor"o*na*ry, n.

A small bone in the foot of a horse.


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