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cor

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noun \ ˈkȯr \
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Definition of cor

:an ancient Hebrew and Phoenician unit of measure of capacity

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Origin and Etymology of cor

Middle English, from Late Latin corus, from Hebrew kōr


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cor

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Definition of cor

1 corner
2 coroner
3 corpus
4 corresponding

Cor

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Definition of Cor

Corinthians


Medical Dictionary

cor

abbreviation

medical Definition of cor

corrected

CoR

abbreviation

medical Definition of CoR

Congo red

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