the type of wheel used on a cart; it typically has wooden spokes and a metal rim.
an acrobatic maneuver in which the arms and legs are outstretched like the spokes of a wheel, and the body is turned sideways through one or more revolutions, by first touching the hands and then the feet to the ground, in rapid succession so as to mimic the rolling of a wheel; in the course of this feat, the person performing it is alternately upright and upside-down.
a silver dollar; a dollar made of silver.
a wheel that has wooden spokes and a metal rim
acrobatic revolutions with the body turned sideways and the arms and legs outstretched like the spokes of a wheel
do cartwheels: perform an acrobatic movement using both hands and feet
a large, open structured wheel used on a cart , carriage or wagon
is the move where a gymnast turns sideways from a standing position, to a handstand, and then back to a standing position. Also said to be a lateral handspring with arms and legs extended
The pattern of light reflected by flow lines of mint state coins, resembling spokes of a wheel; - Name given to the British pennies and twopences of 1797 due to their unusually broad rims - A U.S. silver dollar
A sideways acrobatic roll with the arms and legs extended.
Effect seen on some coins when they are rotated in a good light source. The lpleasing uster rotates around like the spokes of a wagon wheel. Applied especially to silver dollars.
an effect seen on some coins under a bright light source, where the luster rotates like the spokes of a wagon wheel
the dazzling, swirling effect reflected when a coin is turned under a light source. The more dazzling the “cartwheel,” the more desirable the coin.
An effect caused by the natural lustre on most mint state, and on some proof coins. When the coin is tilted back and forth, beams of light seem to circle the central devices of the coin.
A gymnastics movement where the gymnast moves sideways (in the motion the wheel of a cart would follow) in a straight line alternately placing the hands and feet on the ground and finishing with the body coming up to a lunge landing position. The name cartwheel is so named because when a gymnast performs this, their arms and legs move like the spokes of a turning wheel.
A non-aerial acrobatic skill involving hip-over-head rotation in which a person rotates sideways in a straddle position with support from one or both hands.
In gymnastics, a cartwheel is the movement where one moves sideways (in the motion the wheel of a cart would follow) in a straight line keeping the back straight placing the hand of the same side on the ground followed by the other hand as the legs are passed over the body and then come down as the hands and body come up to a standing up position. You can also perform a cartwheel using one or no hands.