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Definition of: baldachin

(baldə·kin, bôl-) noun
1. A heavy, rich fabric, formerly made of silk and gold: also baudekin.
2. A canopy of such fabric, as one carried in religious processions.
3. Archit. A canopy of stone or metal, as over an altar or throne. Also bal′da·quin. [<F baldaquin <Ital. baldacchino <Baldacco Baghdad, where the cloth was first made]

Most often used phrases:

peter s baldachin
stone baldachin
gilded baldachin
bronze baldachin
bernini s baldachin
wooden baldachin
baldachin canopy

'baldachin' used in domains:

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baldachina.com
handbaldachin.com
pe-aripile-baldachinului.com
baldachins.com

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