- cord blood,
- cord cutter,
- cord foot,
- cord grass,
- cord of tympanum,
- cordate pelvis,
- corday d'armont
Origin of cordage
Examples from the Web for cordage
If we can be of service to you in the matter of spare spars, cordage, or gear, you have but to say so.
His own position was alongside of her, secured in like manner by ends of cordage.Overland|John William De Forest
Evidently the buccaneers did not wish to sink us, for they directed their fire principally at our spars and cordage.
Secure the cordage, and any other odds and ends you think useful.His Unknown Wife|Louis Tracy
It was not only the spars and the cordage and the sails we put ashore.Merchantmen-at-Arms|David W. Bone
"ropes, especially on a ship," late 15c., from Old French cordage, from corde "cord" (see cord).