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French translation of “halo”

halo

noun /ˈheiləu/ (plural halo(e)s)
a ring of light round the sun or moon.
halo
a similar ring of light round the head of a holy person in a picture etc.
auréole
The saint has been painted with a halo around his head.
(Definition of halo from the Password English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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