Definition for Diadem (-s)

diadem (-s), n. [Fr. < Gk. διάδημα, regal fillet of Persian kings.] (webplay: crown, ends, forehead, gold, head, kings, let, made, neck, ornament, pearls, plain, power, set, sometimes, stones, supreme, worn).

  1. Crown; headband worn by kings as a badge of royalty; fillet often adorned by jewels; (see Isaiah 28:5).
  2. Distinguished decoration; principal ornament; cincture conferring glory or dignity; (see Job 29:14).

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