noun cor·o·dy \ˈkr-ə-dē, ˈkär-\
plural cor·o·dies

Definition of CORODY

:  an allowance of provisions for maintenance dispensed as a charity

Variants of CORODY

cor·o·dy or cor·ro·dy \ˈkr-ə-dē, ˈkär-\

Origin of CORODY

Middle English corrodie, from Anglo-French, from Medieval Latin corrodium
First Known Use: 15th century


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