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corrie

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noun cor·rie \ˈkȯr-ē, ˈkär-ē\

Definition of corrie

  1. :  cirque 3



Origin and Etymology of corrie

Scottish Gaelic coire, literally, kettle


First Known Use: 1795

Rhymes with corrie

Corey, dory, glory, Gorey, gory, hoary, lorry, lory, nori, quarry, saury, story, Tory, zori


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