|Origin:||coroner, from Latin coronare, from corona; CROWN1|
to place a crown on the head of a new king or queen as part of an official ceremony in which they become king or queen [↪ coronation]:
Louis was crowned at Reims in 814.
crown somebody (as) king/queen etc
In 1896 Nicholas was crowned as tsar.
to make something perfect or complete, by adding an achievement etc
crown somebody with something
a long career crowned with a peaceful retirement
having something on top:
every hill is crowned with a walled village
to put a protective top on a damaged tooth
to hit someone on the head