Origin of figurineFrench from Italian figurina, diminutive of figura from L: see figure
A small molded or sculptured figure; a statuette.
Origin of figurineFrench from Italian figurina diminutive of figura figure from Latin figūra ; see figure .
- Contrast with that a roughly contemporary figurine of an actor playing a modest young woman.
- Even if you are not comfortable using your own body as a model for pregnancy art, you can still celebrate your beautiful pregnant belly by purchasing a painting, sculpture, or figurine that will commemorate the special time in your life.
- There are collector's clubs located all over the world, where members can get an exclusive member figurine and receive a one year subscription to a quarterly magazine.
- One look through a gallery of wedding cake topper pictures will show any couple that there is a wide range of styles for this symbolic wedding figurine.
- Instead of cluttering up tables all year long like figurine or doll collections, Christmas ornaments are carefully packed away most of the year.