noun, plural co·quilles [koh-keelz; French kaw-kee-yuh] /koʊˈkilz; French kɔˌki yə/.
Words nearby coquille
Origin of coquille
Examples from the Web for coquille
We shall long remember that little, leaping, dancing branch of the Coquille, that runs from the Coast Mountains to the sea.
The two vessels stood on; the Ouzel Galley was rapidly approaching the land, while the Coquille was getting further from it.The Missing Ship|W. H. G. Kingston
On the 9th of the same month the Coquille anchored at Payta.Celebrated Travels and Travellers|Jules Verne
For a distance of seventy-five miles inland the Coquille Valley is capable of extensive agricultural development.Two Years in Oregon|Wallis Nash
At length a look of content overspread his face as the Captain said he would not touch the cocoa-nuts in Coquille harbour.A Modern Buccaneer|Rolf Boldrewood