Coronis meaning

A device, curved stroke, or flourish formed with a pen, coming at the end of a book or chapter; a colophon. For example: ⸎, ۞.
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(Ancient Greek grammar) A spiritus lenis written atop a non–word-initial vowel retained from the second word which formed a contraction resulting from crasis; see the usage note.
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Origin of coronis

  • From the Latin corōnis, from the Ancient Greek κορωνίς (korōnis, “crasis coronis”, “editorial coronis”); cognate with the French coronis.
    From Wiktionary