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- n. A device, curved stroke, or flourish formed with a pen, coming at the end of a book or chapter; a colophon. For example: ⸎, ۞.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. In Greek grammar, a sign ['] sometimes placed over a contracted syllable.
- n. The curved line or flourish at the end of a book or chapter; hence, the end.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In paleography, a curve, double curve, or flourish, used to mark the end of a paragraph, a section, or a whole book.
- n. Hence The end generally; the conclusion; the summing up.
- n. In Greek grammar, a sign of crasis or contraction (') placed over the contracted vowel or diphthong, as
κα%148νfor καί α%148ν.
From the Latin corōnis, from the Ancient Greek κορωνίς (korōnis, "crasis coronis”, “editorial coronis"); cognate with the French coronis. (Wiktionary)