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Sequin Definition Meaning - Merriam-Webster.
History and Etymology for sequin. French, from Italian zecchino, from zecca mint, from Arabic dār al- sikka, literally, house of the minting die. Learn More About sequin. Post the Definition of sequin to Facebook Share the Definition of sequin on Twitter Time Traveler for sequin.
Sequin Help Documentation. A window containing the Sequin Help Documentation is opened when the Sequin program is launched. The contents of this scrolling window change as you move within the Sequin program, presenting you with help documentation appropriate for the section of Sequin you are presently visiting.
sequin - Wiktionary.
sequin on Wikipedia. sequin in the Encyclopædia Britannica 11th edition, 1911. Quines, quines, sinque. From Italian zecchino, from zecca mint, from Arabic سكة sikka, die for coining, coin. IPA key: sə.kɛ. sequin m plural sequins. money zecchin, sequin. sequin Synonym: paillette.
Sequin - Wikipedia.
A sequin ˈ s iː k w ɪ n is a small, disk-shaped, shiny bead. Sequins are also referred to as paillettes, spangles, or diamanté also spelled diamante Although the words sequins, paillettes, lentejuelas, and spangles can be used interchangeably, diamanté literally set" with diamonds" is both an adjective and a plural-only noun, which specifically refers to diamond-shaped sequins and can also be used to mean artificial" diamonds, which serve the same purpose as sequins.

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