Gestatorial chair, a ceremonial chair on which the pope is carried.
Cassiopeia, a constellation in the northern sky, named after the vain queen Cassiopeia in Greek mythology, who boasted about her unrivaled beauty.
Also known as: Kassjopea
canapé: a piece of furniture similar to a couch, and is meant to describe an elegant sofa made out of elaborately carved wood with wooden legs, and upholstered seats, back, and armrests that seats three, that emerged from France in the 18th century.
A bishop’s throne.
Dak ta’ quddiem ieħor li t-tnejn ikunu quddiem l-ispalliera ta’ dgħajsa.
Id-dahar tal-bank tan-naħa ta’ wara tal-post tal-passiġġieri.
Plank on which rowers sit.
Stone shelf, sill, corbel – usually used as a shelf or if placed at a low height even a bench.