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corona f. (Noun) "crown"
13th cent. Borrowed from Latin corona 'id.,' itself borrowed from Ancient Greek κορώνη ‎(koróne) "garland;" "crow;" "bow tip" among many other meanings. From Proto-Indo-European *kor-ōn "crown" but literally "curved object." From a root *kor- meaning "curve" but also "crow," "raven" (in reference to the curvature of their beaks).
Also the origin of the surname de la Corona.
Indo-European
Romance
Portuguese coroa, Galician coroa, Catalan corona, French couronne, Italian corona, corona, Aromanian cãrunã, curunã, Romanian coroană, cunună, Sardinian corona, curona
Celtic
Old Irish cride, Welsh craidd "center," Middle Breton creis, Cornish creys "center"
Germanic
Gothic hairto, Old Norse hjarta, Old High German herza, Old Saxon herta, Old English heorte (English heart)
Balto-Slavic
Old Church Slavonic srъdьce, Lithuanian širdìs, Old Prussian seyr
Hellenic
Ancient Greek κήρ (kér)
Indo-Iranian
Sanskrit hŕ̥d-, Old Avestan zərəd-
Tocharian
A kri "will," B kāryāñ
Basque
Basque k(h)oroa "crown" (borrowed from Latin)