στέμμα ή κορόνα

Áskera

Senior Member
Spanish - Puerto Rico
Γεια σας, παιδιά!

I would like to know how you say "crown" in Greek, the ornament kings and queens put on their heads. As usual, there are several ways to say anything in Greek :rolleyes:. In our dictionary I come across στέμμα and κορόνα. Is by chance στέμμα more formal than κορόνα? Ιs κορόνα more frequent than στέμμα? I have to pick one, and I can't decide (there's not even an article on Wikipedia about crowns :eek:, as a basis).

Ευχαριστώ εκ των προτέρων και να προσέχετε την εαυτούς σας. :)
 
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  • shawnee

    Senior Member
    English - Australian
    Try, κορωνα ή γράμματα. You should get lots of useful results.
    edit: I may have misread the question. I think you will find that Κορώνα is most common in the coin flipping context.
     
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