Complete Definition of "statue"

Image:Lincoln Memorial model sculpture.JPG|thumb|right|Lincoln's statue
English

Etymology
From Latin statua (statue), derived from Latin statuere (to set up or erect), derived from Latin status (position).

Noun
en-noun

  1. A three-dimensional work of art, usually of a person or animal, usually created by sculpting, carving, molding, or casting.

Derived terms
Statuelike
Statuesque

Translations
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trans-top|three-dimension work of art
Arabic: ARchar|تمثال unicode|(timθá:l) m
Chinese: 雕像 (diāoxiàng)
Croatian: kip m
Czech: socha f
Danish: statue c
Dutch: standbeeld
Finnish: kuvapatsas
French: #French|statue
German: Statue f
Hungarian: szobor
Icelandic: stytta f
Italian: statua
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Japanese: 像 (zō)
Korean: 조상 (josang)
Kurdish: peykel m, heykel m, senem m, pût m, kelwaş m
Polish: pomnik m, posąg m
Portuguese: estátua f
Russian: статуя (státuja) f
Slovene: kip m
Spanish: estatua f
Swedish: staty c
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