interjection British Dialect.
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noun Chiefly British.
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noun, plural cor·di·a [kawr-dee-uh, kohr-]. /ˈkɔr di ə, ˈkoʊr-/.
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Example sentences from the Web for cor
For the tournament held at Windsor in 1278 we find mention of xxxviii galee de cor.Armour & Weapons|Charles John Ffoulkes
“Caro mio ben, credimi almen, senza di te languisce il cor,” etcetera.With Airship and Submarine|Harry Collingwood
The Latin of this passage is clear enough: Si ergo cor uniuscuiusque vix capit suum gaudium, quomodo capit tot et tanta gaudia?
He had directed that his tombstone should bear the inscription, Ubi saeva indignatio cor ulterius lacerare nequit.From Chaucer to Tennyson|Henry A. Beers
The vase is ornamented with ormoulu, and bears the inscription Cor magni Canovae, in raised gold letters.