Origin of cordillera
Examples from the Web for cordilleran
Historical Examples of cordilleran
The Tapir Pinchaca appears to be confined to the region of the Cordilleran table-lands.
During the wet season the vicua browses on the scanty vegetation of the Cordilleran ridges.
Mexico, unlike other Cordilleran countries, lends itself to travel in certain directions by means of roads and vehicles.Mexico
Charles Reginald Enock
Word Origin for cordillera
1704, from Spanish, "mountain chain," from cordilla, in Old Spanish "string, rope," diminutive of cuerda, from Latin chorda "cord, rope" (see cord).