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cupula

 [ku´pu-lah] (pl. cu´pulae) (L.)
a small, inverted cup or dome-shaped cap over a structure.

cu·pu·la

, pl.

cu·pu·lae

(kū'pū-lă, kū'pū-lă), [TA]
A cup-shaped or domelike structure.
Synonym(s): cupola
[L. dim. of cupa, a tub]

cupola

/cu·po·la/ (koo´pah-lah) cupula.

cupola

See cupula.

cu·pu·la

(kŭp'ū-lă) [TA]
A cup-shaped or domelike structure.
Synonym(s): cupola.
[L. dim. of cupa, a tub]

cupola

cupula.
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Majestically they rise up on the small island of Kizhi; an architectural ensemble of timber churches gracefully crowned by an array of cupolas, adorned with aspen shingles.
The design guidelines call for wide sidewalks that can accommodate outdoor dining, lush, resort-like landscaping, individualized buildings featuring towers, cupolas, balconies and other distinctive features.
Covered by a brightly colored layer of weather-resistant Luran S ASA from BASF, the new cupolas are not only weather resistant, but resistant also to fading, chipping, and cracking with prolonged exposure to sunlight.
Most of the cupolas in my neighborhood are purely decorative.