Found 3 items, similar to crest.
English → Indonesian
bakat, centung, gombak, kepala, puncak
English → English
n 1: the top line of a hill, mountain, or wave
2: the top point of a mountain or hill; “the view from the peak
; “they clambered to the summit of
3: the center of a cambered road [syn: crown
4: (heraldry) in medieval times, an emblem used to decorate a
5: a showy growth of e.g. feathers or skin on the head of a
bird or other animal
v 1: lie at the top of; “Snow capped the mountains”
2: reach a high point; “The river crested last night”
English → English
(kr[e^]st), n. [OF. creste, F. cr[^e]te, L.
1. A tuft, or other excrescence or natural ornament, growing
on an animal's head; the comb of a cock; the swelling on
the head of a serpent; the lengthened feathers of the
crown or nape of bird, etc. --Darwin.
[Attack] his rising crest, and drive the serpent
back. --C. Pitt.
2. The plume of feathers, or other decoration, worn on a
helmet; the distinctive ornament of a helmet, indicating
the rank of the wearer; hence, also, the helmet.
Stooping low his lofty crest. --Sir W.
And on his head there stood upright
A crest, in token of a knight. --Gower.
3. (Her.) A bearing worn, not upon the shield, but usually
above it, or separately as an ornament for plate,
liveries, and the like. It is a relic of the ancient
cognizance. See Cognizance
4. The upper curve of a horse's neck.
Throwing the base thong from his bending crest.
5. The ridge or top of a wave.
Like wave with crest of sparkling foam. --Sir W.
6. The summit of a hill or mountain ridge.
7. The helm or head, as typical of a high spirit; pride;
Now the time is come
That France must vail her lofty plumed crest.
8. (Arch.) The ornamental finishing which surmounts the ridge
of a roof, canopy, etc.
The finials of gables and pinnacles are sometimes
called crests. --Parker.
9. (Engin.) The top line of a slope or embankment.
, a tile made to cover the ridge of a roof,
fitting upon it like a saddle.
(Fort.), the highest line of the parapet.
, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Crested
; p. pr. & vb. n.
1. To furnish with, or surmount as, a crest; to serve as a
His legs bestrid the ocean, his reared arm
Crested the world. --Shak.
Mid groves of clouds that crest the mountain's brow.
2. To mark with lines or streaks, like, or regarded as like,
Like as the shining sky in summer's night, . . .
Is crested with lines of fiery light. --Spenser.
(kr[e^]st), v. i.
To form a crest.