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pericline

  

      n  
1    a white translucent variety of albite in the form of elongated crystals  
2      (Also called)    dome          a dome-shaped formation of stratified rock with its slopes following the direction of folding  
     (C19: from Greek periklines sloping on all sides, from peri- + klinein to lean)  


dome  
      n  
1    a hemispherical roof or vault or a structure of similar form  
2    something shaped like this  
3      (Crystallog)   a crystal form in which two planes intersect along an edge parallel to a lateral axis  
4       a slang word for the       head  
5      (Geology)      another name for       pericline       2  
      vb   tr  
6    to cover with or as if with a dome  
7    to shape like a dome  
     (C16: from French, from Italian duomo cathedral, from Latin domus house)  
  domelike      adj  
  domical      adj  
dome fastener  
      n      the usual Canadian name for       press stud  
Dome of the Rock  
      n   the mosque in Jerusalem, Israel, built in 691 a.d. by caliph `Abd al-Malik: the third most holy place of Islam; stands on the Temple Mount alongside the al-Aqsa mosque,   (Also called (not in Muslim usage))    Mosque of Omar  
geodesic dome  
      n   a light structural framework arranged as a set of polygons in the form of a shell and covered with sheeting made of plastic, plywood, metal, etc.; developed by Buckminster Fuller  
onion dome  
      n   a bulb-shaped dome characteristic of Byzantine and Russian church architecture  
Puy de Dôme  
      n  
1    a department of central France in Auvergne region. Capital: Clermont-Ferrand. Pop.: 601100 (1995). Area: 8016 sq. km (3094 sq. miles)  
2    a mountain in central France, in the Auvergne Mountains: a volcanic plug. Height: 1485 m (4872 ft.)  
salt dome   , plug  
      n   a domelike structure of stratified rocks containing a central core of salt: formed by the upward movement of a salt deposit  
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dome  
      n  
1    a hemispherical roof or vault or a structure of similar form  
2    something shaped like this  
3      (Crystallog)   a crystal form in which two planes intersect along an edge parallel to a lateral axis  
4       a slang word for the       head  
5      (Geology)      another name for       pericline       2  
      vb   tr  
6    to cover with or as if with a dome  
7    to shape like a dome  
     (C16: from French, from Italian duomo cathedral, from Latin domus house)  
  domelike      adj  
  domical      adj  


dome fastener  
      n      the usual Canadian name for       press stud  
Dome of the Rock  
      n   the mosque in Jerusalem, Israel, built in 691 a.d. by caliph `Abd al-Malik: the third most holy place of Islam; stands on the Temple Mount alongside the al-Aqsa mosque,   (Also called (not in Muslim usage))    Mosque of Omar  
geodesic dome  
      n   a light structural framework arranged as a set of polygons in the form of a shell and covered with sheeting made of plastic, plywood, metal, etc.; developed by Buckminster Fuller  
onion dome  
      n   a bulb-shaped dome characteristic of Byzantine and Russian church architecture  
Puy de Dôme  
      n  
1    a department of central France in Auvergne region. Capital: Clermont-Ferrand. Pop.: 601100 (1995). Area: 8016 sq. km (3094 sq. miles)  
2    a mountain in central France, in the Auvergne Mountains: a volcanic plug. Height: 1485 m (4872 ft.)  
salt dome   , plug  
      n   a domelike structure of stratified rocks containing a central core of salt: formed by the upward movement of a salt deposit  

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