ETYM French volute (cf. Italian voluta), Latin voluta, from volvere, volutum, to roll. Related to Voluble.
1. (Architecture) A spiral scroll which forms the chief feature of the Ionic capital, and which, on a much smaller scale, is a feature in the Corinthian and Composite capitals.
2. A spiral turn, as in certain shells.
A stationary, spirally shaped passage that converts velocity head to pressure.
Spiral (object or ornament).
Ukras na stubovima u vidu zavoja poput kućice puža (lat.)