|triangular vaulting under dome||pendentive|
|(Geology) fold shown on a map as concentrically arranged contour patterns whose amplitude decreases to zero in a regular fashion in two directions, dome-shaped, parallel to outside wall||periclinal|
|(Nautical) having a triangular sail (of a ship)||lateen|
|(symbol) Delta, 4th letter of Greek alphabet, 4th letter of the Greek alphabet; triangular section of land at the mouth of a river||delta|
|3-sided, three-sided, triangular||triquetrous|
|act of vaulting, arch, dome; room with an arch or a dome; secure room for storing money or valuables; underground burial chamber; pole vaulting, arched ceiling, arched part of body, build something as vault, curvet, form vault, leap up or over (especia...||vault|
|aircraft dome, bubble on paint, bubble; pimple; raised bubble on the skin that is filled with pus; raised area just under the top layer of a structure; bubble-like structure on a plane or aviation vehicle (e.g. for shooting the guns from a bomber), cau...||blister|
|ancient triangular harp or lyre, triangular stringed musical instrument in ancient Greece; triangle (Archaic), triplicity||trigon|
|Antonio Allegri da Correggio (1494-1534), Italian Renaissance painter, creator of the "Assumption of the Virgin" which adorns the dome of the Parma Cathedral||Correggio|
|any of several species of terrestrial turtle, species of land-dwelling reptile with a hard dome-shaped shell, reptile with shell, slow mover, testudo||tortoise|
|any of several varieties of grass-like wetland plants with solid triangular stems, plant resembling grass||sedge|
|arched, vaulted, rounded, having a dome, looking like a dome||domed|
|be especially lively with emotion, blister, gas-filled sac; effervescence, dome, effervesce or boil up, emerge or appear, express something enthusiastically, false confidence, globule within liquid or solid, gurgle, gurgling sound, make something bubbl...||bubble|
|blast furnace, dome on roof, dome; small tower on a roof, dome-shaped roof, gun turret, small observation dome||cupola|
|blood from a wound, blood shed from a wound (especially clotted blood); bloodshed, violence; tapered piece of cloth; small triangular piece of land||gore|
|bridge with triangular supports||truss bridge|
|broad rock area, gable on colonnade, triangular form on the front of a building that creates the peak of the roof; triangular form resembling a gable located above church or window||pediment|
|built of three-sided polygons, divide into three-sided polygons; measure or survey by use of triangles, made up of triangles, make something triangular, measure something using trigonometric relationships, split something into triangles, survey or map ...||triangulate|
|canopy for slowing fall from aircraft, cloth dome-shaped device used for descent from airplanes, drop by parachute, patagium, skydive, jump from an airplane with a parachute||parachute|
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