- (in prescriptions) the bark.
Origin of cort.
From the Latin word cortex
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Examples from the Web for cort
Gosh, I got to laffin' so I had to git right out of the cort house.Uncles Josh's Punkin Centre Stories
We've established definitely that Sergeant Cort was on that train, have we?And Then the Town Took Off
Almost as bad was the Prison de Cort and the famous Saladero.Spain
Just outside Cort the rail traverses the Torretta tunnel, 1531 yards.Itinerary through Corsica
Charles Bertram Black
The sign of the tortoise without the numeral is seen in Cort.Representation of Deities of the Maya Manuscripts
Word Origin and History for cort
obsolete form of court.
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