- cormack, allan macleod,
- corn beef,
- corn belt,
- corn borer,
- corn bread
Origin of cormorant
Examples from the Web for cormorant
The cormorant and the pelican are also used by the Indus boatmen as in China for fishing.Beast and Man in India|John Lockwood Kipling
One day, as St. Bartholomew was sitting on the sea-shore, a cormorant pulled the edge of his garment with its bill.
In some countries there is a price on his head--that is, so much money is given for every Cormorant killed.On the Seashore|R. Cadwallader Smith
Then the thirteenth cormorant arose, and flew right over the island.Weird Tales from Northern Seas|Jonas Lie
“All you need do is to follow the cormorant when he heads for the open sea, then you will be on the right course,” said the man.The Norwegian Fairy Book|Clara Stroebe
Word Origin for cormorant
early 14c., from Old French cormarenc (12c., Modern French cormoran), from Late Latin corvus marinus "sea raven" + Germanic suffix -enc, -ing. The -t in English probably is from confusion with words in -ant. It has a reputation for voracity.