Definition of Godroons

1. Noun. (plural of godroon) ¹



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Definition of Godroons

1. godroon [n] - See also: godroon

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Godroons

godmothered
godmotherhood
godmothering
godmotherly
godmothers
godord
godords
godovikovite
godown
godowns
godpapa
godpapas
godparent
godparents
godroon
godroons (current term)
gods
godsend
godsends
godsent
godship
godships
godsib
godsibs
godsister
godsisters
godso
godson
godsons
godsos

Literary usage of Godroons

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1. Hispano-Moresque Pottery in the Collection of the Hispanic Society of America by Edwin Atlee Barber (1915)
"The godroons are decorated successively with the dot-and-stalk, wheel, and net diapers. Similar design outside. Shield outlined with blue, enclosing three ..."

2. Italian Ceramic Art: Figure Design and Other Forms of Ornamantation in XVth by Henry Wallis (1905)
"Ornamentation: godroons painted in pale golden lustre. Reverse, concentric circles and edges of godroons lined in lustre. Inscribed "PERSEVERANZA" D. 236 mm ..."

3. Encyclopaedia Britannica, a Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature and edited by Hugh Chisholm (1910)
"The godroons radiate from the vertical support of the vase and rise half-way up the bowl. GODWIN, FRANCIS (1562-1633), English divine, son of Thomas Godwin, ..."

4. History of Art in Persia by Georges Perrot, Charles Chipiez (1892)
"ornament is reminiscent of Assyria and of brick construction ; but in the mouldings which appear around the merlons, as well as the godroons of the main ..."

5. How to Collect Continental China by C. H. Wylde (1907)
"design, but without the wicker-work, was called rocaille; a third decoration, with spiral ribs on the rim instead of godroons, was designated a fines cotes; ..."

6. A Chippendale Romance by Eben Howard Gay (1915)
"WINE COOLER Plain body, the lower half formed of an encircling band of upright godroons, each decorated with a spray. The foot is splayed and rests on a ..."

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