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colossus any statue of great size. [2/3 definitions]
Galatea in Greek and Roman mythology, a statue of a woman brought to life by Aphrodite because Pygmalion, who made the statue, fell in love with it.
golden calf according to the Old Testament, a gold statue of a calf that the Israelites worshiped while Moses was on Mount Sinai. [1/2 definitions]
idol a statue or image representing a deity and used as an object of worship. [1/3 definitions]
Madonna the Virgin Mary, mother of Jesus Christ, or a statue or painting representing her (usu. prec. by the).
monolith a monument, statue, or the like made from a single block of stone. [1/3 definitions]
naos an ancient temple, or the inner part of such a temple, housing the statue of a deity.
niche a crevice or recessed area, esp. an ornamental one set in a wall to hold a statue, urn, or the like. [1/4 definitions]
Palladium a statue of Athena, esp. one placed at the citadel of Troy as divine protection for the city. [1/2 definitions]
pedestal a support or base for a column, statue, lamp, or the like. [1/3 definitions]
plinth the base or slab supporting a column, statue, or the like; pedestal.
Pygmalion in Greek and Roman mythology, a king of Cyprus who made a statue of a woman with which he fell in love, and which Aphrodite then brought to life. (Cf. Galatea.)
representation a thing that represents, such as a statue, picture, or the like. [1/5 definitions]
sphinx (cap.) the huge stone statue at Giza, Egypt, representing such a creature. [1/4 definitions]
statuary of, concerning, or suited to a statue. [1/2 definitions]
Statue of Liberty a huge copper statue of a woman representing liberty, given to the United States by France and situated on an island in the New York City harbor.
statuesque having a graceful, beautiful, or dignified form; like a statue; tall and well-shaped.
statuette a small statue.
tableau vivant living picture (French); a scene, statue, or picture depicted by costumed and posed actors who remain silent and motionless.
unveiling a formal ceremony in which a new statue, monument, or the like is revealed to the public for the first time.
visage the face of a person, statue, or the like, esp. in regard to its appearance or expression.