A helmet-shaped part, such as the upper petal of certain plants or part of the maxilla of an insect.(noun)
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Use "galea" in a sentence
"Galera is a slight corruption of the word "galea", the name originally given to the southeastern point, Galeota Point, by"
"The legionary is dressed in a galea, a metal helmet with cheek guards, and a cuirass, body armour comprising overlapping iron plates."
"Sp. celada or It. celata, believed to represent L. cÃ ¦ l ta (sc. cassis or galea), (a helmet) ornamented with engraving."