Translation of tiara in Spanish:

tiara

Pronunciation: /tiˈɑːrə/

n

  • 1.1 (diadem) diadema (feminine) 1.2 (papal crown) tiara (feminine)
    More example sentences
    • Finally, at a time designated by the Pope, the eldest cardinal deacon crowns the new Pope with the triple tiara of the papacy.
    • God the Father, he notices, is wearing a papal tiara, ‘a comparison of the pope to God.’
    • The testa di cavallo shield, superimposed on the crossed keys, is crowned by the papal tiara.

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