- corneal space,
- corneal staphyloma,
- corneille, pierre,
- cornelia de lange's syndrome,
- cornelian cherry,
Origin of cornel
Examples from the Web for cornel
Tavis Smiley, the PBS talk show host and close friend to Cornel West, often credits West with having a “useable intellect.”
Others secretly agree with Cornel West and Tavis Smiley, who have been unremitting in their criticism of Obama on matters of race.An Obama Campaign Photo That Looks Like a Young Republican Rally|Mansfield Frazier|April 10, 2012|DAILY BEAST
And one who denounced Harry Belafonte and Cornel West to boot!Michael Tomasky: How Herman Cain’s Vanity Sank His Campaign|Michael Tomasky|December 1, 2011|DAILY BEAST
Plus, great thinkers from Cornel West to Robert Reich tell us what they're angry about.
Greed and Poverty By Cornel West Professor, author, and Democratic intellectual I'm full of unbelievable anger.Why America's Furious: Cornel West, Robert Reich, and More|The Daily Beast|June 2, 2011|DAILY BEAST
Here is the cornel, whose lovely blooms filled the forest with butterfly beauty, it seems no longer ago than yesterday.Old Plymouth Trails|Winthrop Packard
Your father was a common so'dier and his was cornel o' the regiment!'Heather and Snow|George MacDonald
Cornel, kor′nel, n. the cornelian cherry or dogwood, a small tree native to southern Europe.
Colvin and Clavers (Cornel) have put us out of all that we have, so that we know not where to go.The Men of the Moss-Hags|S. R. Crockett
And ye see it's for a' our interest, Cornel, that you should stay at Brentwood.Great Ghost Stories|Various
Word Origin for cornel
a type of tree or shrub with an edible fruit, 1550s, from German cornel-baum, from Old High German cornul, from Medieval Latin cornolium, from French cornouille, from Vulgar Latin *cornuculum, from Latin cornum "cornel-cherry," perhaps related to Greek kerasos "cherry." Old English also had borrowed the Latin word, in corntreow. The plant was noted for its hard wood, favored by the ancients for making shafts of spears and arrows.