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kor

[kawr, kohr] /kɔr, koʊr/
noun
1.
homer2 .
Origin of kor
From the Hebrew word kōr
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  • Repeat the beginning with the word "kor" and breathe forty times on your body.

  • The Eye of kor blinked there, a small circle of light in the dark room.

    Warlord of Kor

    Terry Gene Carr
  • Then it was true: in the Temple of kor, the god leader really did speak.

    Warlord of Kor

    Terry Gene Carr
  • The screaming faded, and he stood in silence before the Altar of kor.

    Warlord of Kor

    Terry Gene Carr
  • But the religion of kor had played no part in the lives of the Hirlaji for generations.

    Warlord of Kor

    Terry Gene Carr
  • Do you remember, Horace, that when we entered the land of kor it was thus, in a boat?

    Ayesha H. Rider Haggard
  • I will not go with thee to kor, nor be bathed in the breath of Life.

    Ayesha H. Rider Haggard
  • As it was promised in the Caves of kor She has returned again.

    Ayesha H. Rider Haggard
  • It will be remembered that in kor we found the immortal woman.

    Ayesha H. Rider Haggard
  • It consists of five stone arches, and is called kor Aren, from a village at a little distance of the same name.

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