COR

Etymology 1

Interjection

cor

(Cockney UK) Expression of surprise.

Cor blimey!

Synonyms

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Etymology 2

Noun

cor (plural cors)

(historical units of measure) Various former units of volume, particularly:

A Hebrew unit of liquid volume, about equal to 230 L or 60 gallons.

synonym of homer: approximately the same volume as a dry measure.

A roughly equivalent Phoenician unit of volume.

Synonyms

• homer, omer

Meronyms

• (liquid volume): log (1/720 cor); cab, kab (1/180 cor); hin (1/60 cor); bath (1/10 cor)

• (dry volume): See homer

Anagrams

• CRO, OCR, ORC, ROC, orc, roc

Noun

CoR (uncountable)

College of Radiographers, a charitable subsidiary of the Society of Radiographers.

European Committee of the Regions, the European Union's assembly of local and regional representatives.

Confederation of Regions Party of Canada, Canadian political party.

Anagrams

• CRO, OCR, ORC, ROC, orc, roc

COR (plural CORs)

Contracting Officer's Technical Representative, or Contracting Officer's Representative, in U.S. government procurement.

Anagrams

• CRO, OCR, ORC, ROC, orc, roc

Source: Wiktionary


Cor-.

Definition: A prefix signifying with, together, etc. See Com-.

Cor, n. Etym: [Heb. k.]

Definition: A Hebrew measure of capacity; a homer. [Written also core.]

Source: Webster’s Unabridged Dictionary 1913 Edition



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