noun, plural cor·ti·nae [kawr-tahy-nee, -tee-nahy] /kɔrˈtaɪ ni, -ˈti naɪ/. Mycology.
Origin of cortina
Examples from the Web for cortina
Historical Examples of cortina
In Figure 240 the cortina and the bulbous form of the stem will be seen.The Mushroom, Edible and Otherwise
M. E. Hard
Belluno will shortly be connected by rail with Cortina, and possess a station of its own.Tyrol and its People
The cephalic horn and the three divergent wings are shorter, and at the distal end not so much thickened as in Theopera cortina.
There are fair men at Cortina and Caprile, a day's journey east.Italian Alps
Douglas William Freshfield
But the Festa of Cortina did not remain all day on this high moral plane.Little Rivers
Henry van Dyke