An ornamental branched candle holder, sometimes with a mirror behind.
(nonstandard) A single candelabrum.
(pyrotechnics) A type of firework which creates a "whirling top" or "flying saucer" effect.
a branched, ornamental candlestick having several sockets for candles.
an ornate candle holder; often with a mirror
a branched, ornamental electric light fixture, resembling an candelabra[wn1], having several sockets for lights.
A girandole (; from French, in turn from Italian girandola) is an ornamental branched candlestick or light fixture consisting of several lights, often resembling a small chandelier. Girandoles came into use about the second half of the 17th century, and were commonly made and used in pairs.
branched candlestick; ornamental; has several lights
A candelabra (plural candelabras) or candelabrum (plural candelabra or candelabrums) is a candle holder with multiple arms.Although electricity has relegated candleholders to decorative use, interior designers continue to model light fixtures and lighting accessories after candelabra and candlesticks. Accordingly, the term candelabra has entered common use to describe small-based light bulbs used in chandeliers and other lighting fixtures made for decoration as well as lighting.