cor

1
[kor]

Origin of cor

1
First recorded in 1930–35

cor

2
[kawr]
noun Chiefly British.
  1. the tenor oboe.
  2. the English horn.

Origin of cor

2
1865–70; probably < French cor (anglais) (English) horn

cor

3
[kawr, kohr]
noun, plural cor·di·a [kawr-dee-uh, kohr-] /ˈkɔr di ə, ˈkoʊr-/.
  1. (in prescriptions) the heart.

Origin of cor

3
From Latin

cor-

  1. variant of com- before r: correlate.

cor.

Cor.

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British Dictionary definitions for cor

cor

interjection
  1. British slang an exclamation of surprise, amazement, or admiration

Word Origin for cor

C20: corruption of God

Cor.

abbreviation for
  1. Corinthians
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cor in Medicine

cor

[kôr]
n. pl. cor•da (kôr)
  1. Heart.

cor-

pref.
  1. Variant ofcore-
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