Examples from the Web for corydon
Finally it seemed to Corydon that she was getting nearer—nearer to something, she knew not what.
So he plunged into work on a pot-boiler, and wrote Corydon to be of cheer, that the dawn was breaking.
At this point there came a call from the distance, and Corydon started.
But even if you could, Corydon, I couldn't afford to get you one now.
He went sick, all at once; and Corydon sank down upon the bed.
Word Origin and History for corydon
traditional poetic name for a shepherd or rustic swain, from Latin Corydon, from Greek Korydon, name of a shepherd in Theocritus and Virgil.