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fig·u·rine

 (fĭg′yə-rēn′)
n.
A small molded or sculptured figure; a statuette.

[French, from Italian figurina, diminutive of figura, figure, from Latin figūra; see figure.]

figurine

(ˌfɪɡəˈriːn)
n
(Art Terms) a small carved or moulded figure; statuette
[C19: from French, from Italian figurina a little figure]

fig•ur•ine

(ˌfɪg yəˈrin)

n.
a small ornamental figure of pottery, metal, plastic, etc.; statuette.
[1850–55; < French < Italian figurina, derivative of figura figure]

figurine

A miniature figure.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.figurine - a small carved or molded figurefigurine - a small carved or molded figure  
figure - a model of a bodily form (especially of a person); "he made a figure of Santa Claus"
Translations
تِمثال صَغير
figurínaloutka
statuette
szobrocskanipp
stytta
statulėlė
statuete
statuetka
soška
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figurine

[fɪgəˈriːn] Nfigurilla f, estatuilla f

figurine

[ˌfɪgəˈriːn] n (= ornament) → figurine f

figurine

nFigurine f

figurine

[ˌfɪgəˈriːn] nfigurina, statuetta

figurine

(ˈfigjəriːn) noun
a small statue of a person. china figurines of Spanish ladies.
References in classic literature ?
She had all the delicate grace of that Tanagra figurine that you have in your studio, Basil.
Accompanying literature at the museum explains that the easily recognizable and endearing figurines were born in Germany in 1935, but their roots go back to Bavaria to the innocent and whimsical drawings of Sister Hummel.
Introduced at the last tabletop market, Re-Deco takes a fresh approach to Lladro's traditional figurines, such as embellishing a white porcelain figurine with platinum.
Two figurines encased in a glass dome were taken from his 14-year-old son Niall's headstone at Canley Crematorium.
handover Calum Best (left) presents the figurine to winner Mario O'Neill, watched by Peterborough United owner Barry Fry, at the Old Trafford event admiring George Best admires one of the prototype figurines made by Huddersfield firm Emulate Studio and (below) Ian Dickinson with two of the limited edition statues
The Pendelfin rabbit figurines were created in the early 1950s by Jean Walmsley and Jeanie Todd in the Pendle Hill area of Burnley, Lancs.
Diminutive gardens in terrariums and mushroom-shaped saltshakers stand for the earth, while Greco-Roman deities and Casper the Friendly Ghost figurines invoke the heavens.
Figurines depicting pitmen past and present have been moulded from a tonne of coal extracted from Ellington Colliery in Northumberland just before its sudden closure in January.
Important proof of such beliefs lies in cave paintings, talismans, Venus figurines, and more-elaborate art.
When Star Wars figurines eventually end up at the bottom of the toy box, they can be donated for reuse through various local organizations, such as schools and daycare facilities.
COULD you please tell me the value of my figurines (pictured)?