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cy•ma•ti•um



Pronunciation: (si-mā'shē-um, sī-), [key]
n.,
pl. -ti•aPronunciation: (-shē-u). [key]
Archit.
1. the uppermost member of a classical cornice or of a cornice of similar form: usually a cyma recta in classical examples. Cf. sima2.
2. echinus (def. 2c).

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