Name Report For First Name CORA:

CORA

First name CORA's origins are Greek,Scottish and English. CORA means "maiden" (Greek) "seething pool" (Scottish) and "maiden" in English. You can find other first names and English words that rhymes with CORA below. Ryhme list involves the matching sounds according to the first letters, last letters and first&last letters of cora.(Brown names are of the same origin (Greek,Scottish,English) with CORA and Red names are first names with English/Anglo-Saxon origin)

Rhymes with CORA - Names & Words

First Names Rhyming CORA

FIRST NAMES WHICH INCLUDES CORA AS A WHOLE:

escorant corann coral coralee coralia coralie coraline coralyn corazana corazon corcoran

NAMES RHYMING WITH CORA (According to last letters):

Rhyming Names According to Last 3 Letters (ora) - Names That Ends with ora:

aurora adora senora thora dora fedora isadora madora musidora pandora pheodora theodora theora zudora teodora teadora aghamora aldora alora amora annora anora avonmora delora devora dinora eilinora eldora eleadora eleanora eleonora eleora elnora elora feodora guanhumora honora isidora lenora leonora liora lora mora nicanora nora ora pastora salbatora salvadora salvatora sanora tabora talora xalbadora xalvadora yoora zamora zemora zipora raedbora wendlesora elenora bora zippora eliora derora debora phedora musadora medora hannelora onora orzora sippora

Rhyming Names According to Last 2 Letters (ra) - Names That Ends with ra:

asura azmera chinara efra iyangura japera katura nadra sanura tandra zuhura estra moira soumra adra aludra alzubra badra bahira bushra johara nasira noura samira thara' yusra

NAMES RHYMING WITH CORA (According to first letters):

Rhyming Names According to First 3 Letters (cor) - Names That Begins with cor:

corban corben corbenic corbett corbin corbmac corby corbyn corcurachan cord cordale corday cordelia cordell cordero coreen coreene corella coretta corette corey cori coriann corianne coridan corie corin corina corineus corinna corinne corisa corissa corky corlan corlene corley corliss cormac cormack cormic cormick cornelio cornelius coronis corradeo corrado corran correen correena corren correy corri corrianna corrianne corrick corrie corrin corrina corrine corrissa corry cort cortez cortland cortney corvin corwan corwin corwine corwyn cory corybantes corydon

Rhyming Names According to First 2 Letters (co) - Names That Begins with co:

coatl coaxoch cobhan coburn coby cochava cocheta cochise cochlain cocidius coco cocytus codee codell codey codi codie codier codrin codruta cody codyr coeus cofahealh coghlan cohen

NAMES BOTH FIRST AND LAST LETTERS RHYMING WITH CORA:

First Names which starts with 'c' and ends with 'a':

cacia cadda cadena cadencia cadenza cadha cadhla cadyna caedwalla caersewiella caffara caffaria cahira caira cairistiona cala calandra calandria calantha caldwiella caliana calida calinda calissa calista calleigha callia calliegha calligenia callista calvina calynda calysta camara cambria camelia camella camellia camila camilla camraya candida candra cantara capeka caprina capucina cara caressa carilla carina carisa carissa carla carlaisa carletta carlita carlota carlotta carma carmela carmelina carmelita carmella carmencita carmia carmina carmita carmya carola caroliana carolina carona carressa carrola cartimandua casandra casimira cassandra cassiopeia cassondra casta castalia catalina catarina caterina cathenna cathia catia catriona cavana caylona ceara cecelia cecilia cedra cedrica cedrina celandina celena

English Words Rhyming CORA

ENGLISH WORDS WHICH INCLUDES CORA AS A WHOLE:

alcorannoun (n.) The Mohammedan Scriptures; the Koran (now the usual form).

alcoranicadjective (a.) Of or pertaining to the Koran.

alcoranistnoun (n.) One who adheres to the letter of the Koran, rejecting all traditions.

caracoranoun (n.) A light vessel or proa used by the people of Borneo, etc., and by the Dutch in the East Indies.

coranoun (n.) The Arabian gazelle (Gazella Arabica), found from persia to North Africa.

coraclenoun (n.) A boat made by covering a wicker frame with leather or oilcloth. It was used by the ancient Britons, and is still used by fisherman in Wales and some parts of Ireland. Also, a similar boat used in Thibet and in Egypt.

coracoidnoun (n.) The coracoid bone or process.
 adjective (a.) Shaped like a crow's beak.
 adjective (a.) Pertaining to a bone of the shoulder girdle in most birds, reptiles, and amphibians, which is reduced to a process of the scapula in most mammals.

coragenoun (n.) See Courage

coralnoun (n.) The hard parts or skeleton of various Anthozoa, and of a few Hydrozoa. Similar structures are also formed by some Bryozoa.
 noun (n.) The ovaries of a cooked lobster; -- so called from their color.
 noun (n.) A piece of coral, usually fitted with small bells and other appurtenances, used by children as a plaything.

coraledadjective (a.) Having coral; covered with coral.

corallaceousadjective (a.) Like coral, or partaking of its qualities.

coralliannoun (n.) A deposit of coralliferous limestone forming a portion of the middle division of the oolite; -- called also coral-rag.

coralliferousadjective (a.) Containing or producing coral.

coralliformadjective (a.) resembling coral in form.

coralligenanoun (n. pl.) Same as Anthozoa.

coralligenousadjective (a.) producing coral; coralligerous; coralliferous.

coralligerousadjective (a.) Producing coral; coralliferous.

corallinnoun (n.) A yellow coal-tar dyestuff which probably consists chiefly of rosolic acid. See Aurin, and Rosolic acid under Rosolic.

corallinenoun (n.) A submarine, semicalcareous or calcareous plant, consisting of many jointed branches.
 noun (n.) Formerly any slender coral-like animal; -- sometimes applied more particulary to bryozoan corals.
 adjective (a.) Composed of corallines; as, coralline limestone.

corallinitenoun (n.) A fossil coralline.

corallitenoun (n.) A mineral substance or petrifaction, in the form of coral.
 noun (n.) One of the individual members of a compound coral; or that part formed by a single coral animal.

coralloidadjective (a.) Having the form of coral; branching like coral.

coralloidaladjective (a.) resembling coral; coralloid.

corallumnoun (n.) The coral or skeleton of a zoophyte, whether calcareous of horny, simple or compound. See Coral.

coralwortnoun (n.) A cruciferous herb of certain species of Dentaria; -- called also toothwort, tooth violet, or pepper root.

coranachnoun (n.) A lamentation for the dead; a dirge.

corantnoun (n.) Alt. of Coranto

corantonoun (n.) A sprightly but somewhat stately dance, now out of fashion.

corahnoun (n.) Plain; undyed; -- applied to Indian silk.
 noun (n.) Corah silk.

decoratingnoun (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Decorate

decorationnoun (n.) The act of adorning, embellishing, or honoring; ornamentation.
 noun (n.) That which adorns, enriches, or beautifies; something added by way of embellishment; ornament.
 noun (n.) Specifically, any mark of honor to be worn upon the person, as a medal, cross, or ribbon of an order of knighthood, bestowed for services in war, great achievements in literature, art, etc.

decorativeadjective (a.) Suited to decorate or embellish; adorning.

decoratornoun (n.) One who decorates, adorns, or embellishes; specifically, an artisan whose business is the decoration of houses, esp. their interior decoration.

dedecorationnoun (n.) Disgrace; dishonor.

dulcorationnoun (n.) The act of sweetening.

edulcorantnoun (n.) An edulcorant remedy.
 adjective (a.) Having a tendency to purify or to sweeten by removing or correcting acidity and acrimony.

edulcoratingnoun (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Edulcorate

edulcorationnoun (n.) The act of sweetening or edulcorating.
 noun (n.) The act of freeing from acids or any soluble substances, by affusions of water.

edulcorativeadjective (a.) Tending to /weeten or purify by affusions of water.

edulcoratornoun (n.) A contrivance used to supply small quantities of sweetened liquid, water, etc., to any mixture, or to test tubes, etc.; a dropping bottle.

epicoracoidnoun (n.) A ventral cartilaginous or bony element of the coracoid in the shoulder girdle of some vertebrates.

hydrocorallianoun (n. pl.) A division of Hydroidea, including those genera that secrete a stony coral, as Millepora and Stylaster. Two forms of zooids in life project from small pores in the coral and resemble those of other hydroids. See Millepora.

mesocoracoidnoun (n.) A process from the middle of the coracoid in some animals.

pecoranoun (n. pl.) An extensive division of ruminants, including the antelopes, deer, and cattle.

praecoracoidnoun (n.) See Precoracoid.

precoracoidnoun (n.) The anterior part of the coracoid (often closely united with the clavicle) in the shoulder girdle of many reptiles and amphibians.

stercoraceousadjective (a.) Of or pertaining to dung; partaking of the nature of, or containing, dung.

stercoranismnoun (n.) The doctrine or belief of the Stercoranists.

stercoranistnoun (n.) A nickname formerly given to those who held, or were alleged to hold, that the consecrated elements in the eucharist undergo the process of digestion in the body of the recipient.

ENGLISH WORDS RHYMING WITH CORA (According to last letters):


Rhyming Words According to Last 3 Letters (ora) - English Words That Ends with ora:


agoranoun (n.) An assembly; hence, the place of assembly, especially the market place, in an ancient Greek city.

amphoranoun (n.) Among the ancients, a two-handled vessel, tapering at the bottom, used for holding wine, oil, etc.

anaphoranoun (n.) A repetition of a word or of words at the beginning of two or more successive clauses.

angoranoun (n.) A city of Asia Minor (or Anatolia) which has given its name to a goat, a cat, etc.

aplacophoranoun (n. pl.) A division of Amphineura in which the body is naked or covered with slender spines or setae, but is without shelly plates.

auroranoun (n.) The rising light of the morning; the dawn of day; the redness of the sky just before the sun rises.
 noun (n.) The rise, dawn, or beginning.
 noun (n.) The Roman personification of the dawn of day; the goddess of the morning. The poets represented her a rising out of the ocean, in a chariot, with rosy fingers dropping gentle dew.
 noun (n.) A species of crowfoot.
 noun (n.) The aurora borealis or aurora australis (northern or southern lights).

basommatophoranoun (n. pl.) A group of Pulmonifera having the eyes at the base of the tentacles, including the common pond snails.

carnivoranoun (n. pl.) An order of Mammallia including the lion, tiger, wolf bear, seal, etc. They are adapted by their structure to feed upon flesh, though some of them, as the bears, also eat vegetable food. The teeth are large and sharp, suitable for cutting flesh, and the jaws powerful.

cephalophoranoun (n. pl.) The cephalata.

ctenophoranoun (n. pl.) A class of Coelenterata, commonly ellipsoidal in shape, swimming by means of eight longitudinal rows of paddles. The separate paddles somewhat resemble combs.

discophoranoun (n. pl.) A division of acalephs or jellyfishes, including most of the large disklike species.

doryphoranoun (n.) A genus of plant-eating beetles, including the potato beetle. See Potato beetle.

diasporanoun (n.) Lit., "Dispersion." -- applied collectively: (a) To those Jews who, after the Exile, were scattered through the Old World, and afterwards to Jewish Christians living among heathen. Cf. James i. 1. (b) By extension, to Christians isolated from their own communion, as among the Moravians to those living, usually as missionaries, outside of the parent congregation.

epanaphoranoun (n.) Same as Anaphora.

epiphoranoun (n.) The watery eye; a disease in which the tears accumulate in the eye, and trickle over the cheek.
 noun (n.) The emphatic repetition of a word or phrase, at the end of several sentences or stanzas.

floranoun (n.) The goddess of flowers and spring.
 noun (n.) The complete system of vegetable species growing without cultivation in a given locality, region, or period; a list or description of, or treatise on, such plants.

frugivoranoun (n. pl.) The fruit bate; a group of the Cheiroptera, comprising the bats which live on fruits. See Eruit bat, under Fruit.

helioporanoun (n.) An East Indian stony coral now known to belong to the Alcyonaria; -- called also blue coral.

herbivoranoun (n. pl.) An extensive division of Mammalia. It formerly included the Proboscidea, Hyracoidea, Perissodactyla, and Artiodactyla, but by later writers it is generally restricted to the two latter groups (Ungulata). They feed almost exclusively upon vegetation.

hydrophoranoun (n. pl.) The Hydroidea.

insectivoranoun (n. pl.) An order of mammals which feed principally upon insects.
 noun (n. pl.) A division of the Cheiroptera, including the common or insect-eating bats.

madreporanoun (n.) A genus of reef corals abundant in tropical seas. It includes than one hundred and fifty species, most of which are elegantly branched.

mandragoranoun (n.) A genus of plants; the mandrake. See Mandrake, 1.

masoranoun (n.) A Jewish critical work on the text of the Hebrew Scriptures, composed by several learned rabbis of the school of Tiberias, in the eighth and ninth centuries.

massoranoun (n.) Same as Masora.

milleporanoun (n.) A genus of Hydrocorallia, which includes the millipores.

moranoun (n.) A game of guessing the number of fingers extended in a quick movement of the hand, -- much played by Italians of the lower classes.
 noun (n.) A leguminous tree of Guiana and Trinidad (Dimorphandra excelsa); also, its timber, used in shipbuilding and making furniture.
 noun (n.) Delay; esp., culpable delay; postponement.

nematophoranoun (n. pl.) Same as Coelenterata.

odontophoranoun (n.pl.) Same as Cephalophora.

omnivoranoun (n. pl.) A group of ungulate mammals including the hog and the hippopotamus. The term is also sometimes applied to the bears, and to certain passerine birds.

onychophoranoun (n. pl.) Malacopoda.

oranoun (n.) A money of account among the Anglo-Saxons, valued, in the Domesday Book, at twenty pence sterling.
  (pl. ) of Os

pandoranoun (n.) A beautiful woman (all-gifted), whom Jupiter caused Vulcan to make out of clay in order to punish the human race, because Prometheus had stolen the fire from heaven. Jupiter gave Pandora a box containing all human ills, which, when the box was opened, escaped and spread over the earth. Hope alone remained in the box. Another version makes the box contain all the blessings of the gods, which were lost to men when Pandora opened it.
 noun (n.) A genus of marine bivalves, in which one valve is flat, the other convex.

passifloranoun (n.) A genus of plants, including the passion flower. It is the type of the order Passifloreae, which includes about nineteen genera and two hundred and fifty species.

placophoranoun (n. pl.) A division of gastropod Mollusca, including the chitons. The back is covered by eight shelly plates. Called also Polyplacophora. See Illust. under Chiton, and Isopleura.

plethoranoun (n.) Overfullness; especially, excessive fullness of the blood vessels; repletion; that state of the blood vessels or of the system when the blood exceeds a healthy standard in quantity; hyperaemia; -- opposed to anaemia.
 noun (n.) State of being overfull; excess; superabundance.

pneumonophoranoun (n. pl.) The division of Siphonophora which includes the Physalia and allied genera; -- called also Pneumatophorae.

pneumophoranoun (n. pl.) A division of holothurians having an internal gill, or respiratory tree.

polyplacophoranoun (n. pl.) See Placophora.

psoranoun (n.) A cutaneous disease; especially, the itch.

pupivoranoun (n. pl.) A group of parasitic Hymenoptera, including the ichneumon flies, which destroy the larvae and pupae of insects.

remoranoun (n.) Delay; obstacle; hindrance.
 noun (n.) Any one of several species of fishes belonging to Echeneis, Remora, and allied genera. Called also sucking fish.
 noun (n.) An instrument formerly in use, intended to retain parts in their places.

retinophoranoun (n.) One of group of two to four united cells which occupy the axial part of the ocelli, or ommatidia, of the eyes of invertebrates, and contain the terminal nerve fibrillae. See Illust. under Ommatidium.

rhabdophoranoun (n. pl.) An extinct division of Hydrozoa which includes the graptolities.

rhizophoranoun (n.) A genus of trees including the mangrove. See Mangrove.

rhynchophoranoun (n. pl.) A group of Coleoptera having a snoutlike head; the snout beetles, curculios, or weevils.

se–oranoun (n.) A Spanish title of courtesy given to a lady; Mrs.; Madam; also, a lady.

signoranoun (n.) Madam; Mrs; -- a title of address or respect among the Italians.

siphonophoranoun (n. pl.) An order of pelagic Hydrozoa including species which form complex free-swimming communities composed of numerous zooids of various kinds, some of which act as floats or as swimming organs, others as feeding or nutritive zooids, and others as reproductive zooids. See Illust. under Physallia, and Porpita.

sophoranoun (n.) A genus of leguminous plants.
 noun (n.) A tree (Sophora Japonica) of Eastern Asia, resembling the common locust; occasionally planted in the United States.

ENGLISH WORDS RHYMING WITH CORA (According to first letters):


Rhyming Words According to First 3 Letters (cor) - Words That Begins with cor:


cornoun (n.) A Hebrew measure of capacity; a homer.

corbnoun (n.) A basket used in coal mines, etc. see Corf.
 noun (n.) An ornament in a building; a corbel.

corbannoun (n.) An offering of any kind, devoted to God and therefore not to be appropriated to any other use; esp., an offering in fulfillment of a vow.
 noun (n.) An alms basket; a vessel to receive gifts of charity; a treasury of the church, where offerings are deposited.

corbeadjective (a.) Crooked.

corbellnoun (n.) A sculptured basket of flowers; a corbel.
 noun (n.) Small gabions.

corbelnoun (n.) A bracket supporting a superincumbent object, or receiving the spring of an arch. Corbels were employed largely in Gothic architecture.
 verb (v. t.) To furnish with a corbel or corbels; to support by a corbel; to make in the form of a corbel.

corbienoun (n.) Alt. of Corby

corbynoun (n.) The raven.
 noun (n.) A raven, crow, or chough, used as a charge.

corbiestepnoun (n.) One of the steps in which a gable wall is often finished in place of a continuous slope; -- also called crowstep.

corchorusnoun (n.) The common name of the Kerria Japonica or Japan globeflower, a yellow-flowered, perennial, rosaceous plant, seen in old-fashioned gardens.

corclenoun (n.) Alt. of Corcule

corculenoun (n.) The heart of the seed; the embryo or germ.

cordnoun (n.) A string, or small rope, composed of several strands twisted together.
 noun (n.) A solid measure, equivalent to 128 cubic feet; a pile of wood, or other coarse material, eight feet long, four feet high, and four feet broad; -- originally measured with a cord or line.
 noun (n.) Fig.: Any moral influence by which persons are caught, held, or drawn, as if by a cord; an enticement; as, the cords of the wicked; the cords of sin; the cords of vanity.
 noun (n.) Any structure having the appearance of a cord, esp. a tendon or a nerve. See under Spermatic, Spinal, Umbilical, Vocal.
 noun (n.) See Chord.
 verb (v. t.) To bind with a cord; to fasten with cords; to connect with cords; to ornament or finish with a cord or cords, as a garment.
 verb (v. t.) To arrange (wood, etc.) in a pile for measurement by the cord.
  (imp. & p. p.) of Core

cordingnoun (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Cord

cordagenoun (n.) Ropes or cords, collectively; hence, anything made of rope or cord, as those parts of the rigging of a ship which consist of ropes.

cordalnoun (n.) Same as Cordelle.

cordateadjective (a.) Heart-shaped; as, a cordate leaf.

cordedadjective (a.) Bound or fastened with cords.
 adjective (a.) Piled in a form for measurement by the cord.
 adjective (a.) Made of cords.
 adjective (a.) Striped or ribbed with cords; as, cloth with a corded surface.
 adjective (a.) Bound about, or wound, with cords.
  (imp. & p. p.) of Cord

cordeliernoun (n.) A Franciscan; -- so called in France from the girdle of knotted cord worn by all Franciscans.
 noun (n.) A member of a French political club of the time of the first Revolution, of which Danton and Marat were members, and which met in an old Cordelier convent in Paris.

cordelingadjective (a.) Twisting.

cordellenoun (n.) A twisted cord; a tassel.

cordialnoun (n.) Anything that comforts, gladdens, and exhilarates.
 noun (n.) Any invigorating and stimulating preparation; as, a peppermint cordial.
 noun (n.) Aromatized and sweetened spirit, used as a beverage; a liqueur.
 adjective (a.) Proceeding from the heart.
 adjective (a.) Hearty; sincere; warm; affectionate.
 adjective (a.) Tending to revive, cheer, or invigorate; giving strength or spirits.

cordialitynoun (n.) Relation to the heart.
 noun (n.) Sincere affection and kindness; warmth of regard; heartiness.

cordialnessnoun (n.) Cordiality.

cordieritenoun (n.) See Iolite.

cordoformadjective (a.) Heart-shaped.

cordilleranoun (n.) A mountain ridge or chain.

cordinernoun (n.) A cordwainer.

cordonnoun (n.) A cord or ribbon bestowed or borne as a badge of honor; a broad ribbon, usually worn after the manner of a baldric, constituting a mark of a very high grade in an honorary order. Cf. Grand cordon.
 noun (n.) The cord worn by a Franciscan friar.
 noun (n.) The coping of the scarp wall, which projects beyong the face of the wall a few inches.
 noun (n.) A line or series of sentinels, or of military posts, inclosing or guarding any place or thing.
 noun (n.) A rich and ornamental lace or string, used to secure a mantle in some costumes of state.

cordonnetnoun (n.) Doubled and twisted thread, made of coarse silk, and used for tassels, fringes, etc.

cordovannoun (n.) Same as Cordwain. In England the name is applied to leather made from horsehide.

corduroynoun (n.) A sort of cotton velveteen, having the surface raised in ridges.
 noun (n.) Trousers or breeches of corduroy.
 verb (v. t.) To form of logs laid side by side.

cordwainnoun (n.) A term used in the Middle Ages for Spanish leather (goatskin tanned and dressed), and hence, any leather handsomely finished, colored, gilded, or the like.

cordwainernoun (n.) A worker in cordwain, or cordovan leather; a shoemaker.

corenoun (n.) A body of individuals; an assemblage.
 noun (n.) A miner's underground working time or shift.
 noun (n.) A Hebrew dry measure; a cor or homer.
 noun (n.) The heart or inner part of a thing, as of a column, wall, rope, of a boil, etc.; especially, the central part of fruit, containing the kernels or seeds; as, the core of an apple or quince.
 noun (n.) The center or inner part, as of an open space; as, the core of a square.
 noun (n.) The most important part of a thing; the essence; as, the core of a subject.
 noun (n.) The prtion of a mold which shapes the interior of a cylinder, tube, or other hollow casting, or which makes a hole in or through a casting; a part of the mold, made separate from and inserted in it, for shaping some part of the casting, the form of which is not determined by that of the pattern.
 noun (n.) A disorder of sheep occasioned by worms in the liver.
 noun (n.) The bony process which forms the central axis of the horns in many animals.
 noun (n.) A mass of iron, usually made of thin plates, upon which the conductor of an armature or of a transformer is wound.
 verb (v. t.) To take out the core or inward parts of; as, to core an apple.
 verb (v. t.) To form by means of a core, as a hole in a casting.

coringnoun (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Core

coreopsisnoun (n.) A genus of herbaceous composite plants, having the achenes two-horned and remotely resembling some insect; tickseed. C. tinctoria, of the Western plains, the commonest plant of the genus, has been used in dyeing.

corernoun (n.) That which cores; an instrument for coring fruit; as, an apple corer.

corfnoun (n.) A basket.
 noun (n.) A large basket used in carrying or hoisting coal or ore.
 noun (n.) A wooden frame, sled, or low-wheeled wagon, to convey coal or ore in the mines.

corfiotenoun (n.) Alt. of Corfute

corfutenoun (n.) A native or inhabitant of Corfu, an island in the Mediterranean Sea.

coriaceousadjective (a.) Consisting of or resembling, leather; leatherlike; tough.
 adjective (a.) Stiff, like leather or parchment.

coriandernoun (n.) An umbelliferous plant, the Coriandrum sativum, the fruit or seeds of which have a strong smell and a spicy taste, and in medicine are considered as stomachic and carminative.

coridinenoun (n.) A colorless or yellowish oil, C10H15N, of a leathery odor, occuring in coal tar, Dippel's oil, tobacco smoke, etc., regarded as an organic base, homologous with pyridine. Also, one of a series of metameric compounds of which coridine is a type.

corindonnoun (n.) See Corrundum.

corinnenoun (n.) The common gazelle (Gazella dorcas). See Gazelle.

corinthnoun (n.) A city of Greece, famed for its luxury and extravagance.
 noun (n.) A small fruit; a currant.

corinthiacadjective (a.) Pertaining to Corinth.

corinthiannoun (n.) A native or inhabitant of Corinth.
 noun (n.) A gay, licentious person.
 noun (n.) A man of fashion given to pleasuring or sport; a fashionable man about town; esp., a man of means who drives his own horse, sails his own yacht, or the like.
 adjective (a.) Of or relating to Corinth.
 adjective (a.) Of or pertaining to the Corinthian order of architecture, invented by the Greeks, but more commonly used by the Romans.
 adjective (a.) Debauched in character or practice; impure.
 adjective (a.) Of or pertaining to an amateur sailor or yachtsman; as, a corinthian race (one in which the contesting yachts must be manned by amateurs.)

coriumnoun (n.) Armor made of leather, particularly that used by the Romans; used also by Enlish soldiers till the reign of Edward I.
 noun (n.) Same as Dermis.
 noun (n.) The deep layer of mucous membranes beneath the epithelium.

ENGLISH WORDS BOTH FIRST AND LAST LETTERS RHYMING WITH CORA:

English Words which starts with 'c' and ends with 'a':

caabanoun (n.) The small and nearly cubical stone building, toward which all Mohammedans must pray.

cabalanoun (n.) A kind of occult theosophy or traditional interpretation of the Scriptures among Jewish rabbis and certain mediaeval Christians, which treats of the nature of god and the mystery of human existence. It assumes that every letter, word, number, and accent of Scripture contains a hidden sense; and it teaches the methods of interpretation for ascertaining these occult meanings. The cabalists pretend even to foretell events by this means.
 noun (n.) Secret science in general; mystic art; mystery.

cabecanoun (n.) Alt. of Cabesse

cabrillanoun (n.) A name applied to various species of edible fishes of the genus Serranus, and related genera, inhabiting the Meditarranean, the coast of California, etc. In California, some of them are also called rock bass and kelp salmon.

cacaemianoun (n.) Alt. of Cachaemia

cachaemianoun (n.) A degenerated or poisoned condition of the blood.
 noun (n.) Alt. of Cachemia

cachexianoun (n.) Alt. of Cachexy

cachuchanoun (n.) An Andalusian dance in three-four time, resembling the bolero.

cacochymianoun (n.) Alt. of Cacochymy
 noun (n.) A vitiated state of the humors, or fluids, of the body, esp. of the blood.

cadenzanoun (n.) A parenthetic flourish or flight of ornament in the course of a piece, commonly just before the final cadence.

cadmianoun (n.) An oxide of zinc which collects on the sides of furnaces where zinc is sublimed. Formerly applied to the mineral calamine.

caecanoun (n. pl.) See Caecum.
  (pl. ) of Caecum

caesuranoun (n.) A metrical break in a verse, occurring in the middle of a foot and commonly near the middle of the verse; a sense pause in the middle of a foot. Also, a long syllable on which the caesural accent rests, or which is used as a foot.

caffilanoun (n.) See Cafila.

cafilanoun (n.) Alt. of Cafileh

calcavellanoun (n.) A sweet wine from Portugal; -- so called from the district of Carcavelhos.

calceolarianoun (n.) A genus of showy herbaceous or shrubby plants, brought from South America; slipperwort. It has a yellow or purple flower, often spotted or striped, the shape of which suggests its name.

caledonianoun (n.) The ancient Latin name of Scotland; -- still used in poetry.

calendulanoun (n.) A genus of composite herbaceous plants. One species, Calendula officinalis, is the common marigold, and was supposed to blossom on the calends of every month, whence the name.

callanoun (n.) A genus of plants, of the order Araceae.

calumbanoun (n.) The root of a plant (Jateorrhiza Calumba, and probably Cocculus palmatus), indigenous in Mozambique. It has an unpleasantly bitter taste, and is used as a tonic and antiseptic.

calvarianoun (n.) The bones of the cranium; more especially, the bones of the domelike upper portion.

calycozoanoun (n. pl.) A group of acalephs of which Lucernaria is the type. The body is cup-shaped with eight marginal lobes bearing clavate tentacles. An aboral sucker serves for attachment. The interior is divided into four large compartments. See Lucernarida.

calyptranoun (n.) A little hood or veil, resembling an extinguisher in form and position, covering each of the small flasklike capsules which contain the spores of mosses; also, any similar covering body.

camarillanoun (n.) The private audience chamber of a king.
 noun (n.) A company of secret and irresponsible advisers, as of a king; a cabal or clique.

cambrianoun (n.) The ancient Latin name of Wales. It is used by modern poets.

camellianoun (n.) An Asiatic genus of small shrubs, often with shining leaves and showy flowers. Camellia Japonica is much cultivated for ornament, and C. Sassanqua and C. oleifera are grown in China for the oil which is pressed from their seeds. The tea plant is now referred to this genus under the name of Camellia Thea.
 noun (n.) An ornamental greenhouse shrub (Thea japonica) with glossy evergreen leaves and roselike red or white double flowers.

cameranoun (n.) A chamber, or instrument having a chamber. Specifically: The camera obscura when used in photography. See Camera, and Camera obscura.

campagnanoun (n.) An open level tract of country; especially "Campagna di Roma." The extensive undulating plain which surrounds Rome.

campananoun (n.) A church bell.
 noun (n.) The pasque flower.
 noun (n.) Same as Gutta.

campanianoun (n.) Open country.

campanulanoun (n.) A large genus of plants bearing bell-shaped flowers, often of great beauty; -- also called bellflower.

ca–adanoun (n.) A small ca–on; a narrow valley or glen; also, but less frequently, an open valley.

canadanoun (n.) A British province in North America, giving its name to various plants and animals.

canellanoun (n.) A genus of trees of the order Canellaceae, growing in the West Indies.

canniculanoun (n.) The Dog Star; Sirius.

cannanoun (n.) A measure of length in Italy, varying from six to seven feet. See Cane, 4.
 noun (n.) A genus of tropical plants, with large leaves and often with showy flowers. The Indian shot (C. Indica) is found in gardens of the northern United States.

cannulanoun (n.) A small tube of metal, wood, or India rubber, used for various purposes, esp. for injecting or withdrawing fluids. It is usually associated with a trocar.

cantatanoun (n.) A poem set to music; a musical composition comprising choruses, solos, interludes, etc., arranged in a somewhat dramatic manner; originally, a composition for a single noise, consisting of both recitative and melody.

cantilenanoun (n.) See Cantabile.

canulaadjective (a.) Alt. of Canulated

capellanoun (n.) A brilliant star in the constellation Auriga.

capibaranoun (n.) See Capybara.

capitibranchiatanoun (n. pl.) A division of annelids in which the gills arise from or near the head. See Tubicola.

capitulanoun (n. pl.) See Capitulum.

cappellanoun (n.) See A cappella.

capranoun (n.) A genus of ruminants, including the common goat.

capybaranoun (n.) A large South American rodent (Hydrochaerus capybara) Living on the margins of lakes and rivers. It is the largest extant rodent, being about three feet long, and half that in height. It somewhat resembles the Guinea pig, to which it is related; -- called also cabiai and water hog.

caracaranoun (n.) A south American bird of several species and genera, resembling both the eagles and the vultures. The caracaras act as scavengers, and are also called carrion buzzards.

carambolanoun (n.) An East Indian tree (Averrhoa Carambola), and its acid, juicy fruit; called also Coromandel gooseberry.

carcinomanoun (n.) A cancer. By some medical writers, the term is applied to an indolent tumor. See Cancer.

cardianoun (n.) The heart.
 noun (n.) The anterior or cardiac orifice of the stomach, where the esophagus enters it.

cardialglanoun (n.) Alt. of Cardialgy

cariamanoun (n.) A large, long-legged South American bird (Dicholophus cristatus) which preys upon snakes, etc. See Seriema.

carinanoun (n.) A keel
 noun (n.) That part of a papilionaceous flower, consisting of two petals, commonly united, which incloses the organs of fructification
 noun (n.) A longitudinal ridge or projection like the keel of a boat.
 noun (n.) The keel of the breastbone of birds.

carinarianoun (n.) A genus of oceanic heteropod Mollusca, having a thin, glassy, bonnet-shaped shell, which covers only the nucleus and gills.

carnaubanoun (n.) The Brazilian wax palm. See Wax palm.

carranchanoun (n.) The Brazilian kite (Polyborus Brasiliensis); -- so called in imitation of its notes.

carunculanoun (n.) A small fleshy prominence or excrescence; especially the small, reddish body, the caruncula lacrymalis, in the inner angle of the eye.
 noun (n.) An excrescence or appendage surrounding or near the hilum of a seed.
 noun (n.) A naked, flesh appendage, on the head of a bird, as the wattles of a turkey, etc.

cascarillanoun (n.) A euphorbiaceous West Indian shrub (Croton Eleutheria); also, its aromatic bark.

cassadanoun (n.) See Cassava.

cassavanoun (n.) A shrubby euphorbiaceous plant of the genus Manihot, with fleshy rootstocks yielding an edible starch; -- called also manioc.
 noun (n.) A nutritious starch obtained from the rootstocks of the cassava plant, used as food and in making tapioca.

cassianoun (n.) A genus of leguminous plants (herbs, shrubs, or trees) of many species, most of which have purgative qualities. The leaves of several species furnish the senna used in medicine.
 noun (n.) The bark of several species of Cinnamomum grown in China, etc.; Chinese cinnamon. It is imported as cassia, but commonly sold as cinnamon, from which it differs more or less in strength and flavor, and the amount of outer bark attached.

cassiopeianoun (n.) A constellation of the northern hemisphere, situated between Cepheus and Perseus; -- so called in honor of the wife of Cepheus, a fabulous king of Ethiopia.

castaneanoun (n.) A genus of nut-bearing trees or shrubs including the chestnut and chinquapin.

casuarinanoun (n.) A genus of leafless trees or shrubs, with drooping branchlets of a rushlike appearance, mostly natives of Australia. Some of them are large, producing hard and heavy timber of excellent quality, called beefwood from its color.

catallactanoun (n. pl.) A division of Protozoa, of which Magosphaera is the type. They exist both in a myxopod state, with branched pseudopodia, and in the form of ciliated bodies united in free, spherical colonies.

catalpanoun (n.) A genus of American and East Indian trees, of which the best know species are the Catalpa bignonioides, a large, ornamental North American tree, with spotted white flowers and long cylindrical pods, and the C. speciosa, of the Mississipi valley; -- called also Indian bean.

catamenianoun (n. pl.) The monthly courses of women; menstrual discharges; menses.

catawbanoun (n.) A well known light red variety of American grape.
 noun (n.) A light-colored, sprightly American wine from the Catawba grape.

catenanoun (n.) A chain or series of things connected with each other.

cathedranoun (n.) The official chair or throne of a bishop, or of any person in high authority.

caudatanoun (n. pl.) See Urodela.

caudiculanoun (n.) A slender, elastic process, to which the masses of pollen in orchidaceous plants are attached.

caumanoun (n.) Great heat, as of the body in fever.

cavatinanoun (n.) Originally, a melody of simpler form than the aria; a song without a second part and a da capo; -- a term now variously and vaguely used.

cavicornianoun (n. pl.) A group of ruminants whose horns are hollow, and planted on a bony process of the front, as the ox.

cecidomyianoun (n.) A genus of small dipterous files, including several very injurious species, as the Hessian fly. See Hessian fly.

cedillanoun (n.) A mark placed under the letter c [thus, c], to show that it is to be sounded like s, as in facade.

cellanoun (n.) The part inclosed within the walls of an ancient temple, as distinguished from the open porticoes.

centaureanoun (n.) A large genus of composite plants, related to the thistles and including the cornflower or bluebottle (Centaurea Cyanus) and the star thistle (C. Calcitrapa).

cephalalgianoun (n.) Alt. of Cephalalgy
 noun (n.) Headache.

cephalatanoun (n. pl.) A large division of Mollusca, including all except the bivalves; -- so called because the head is distinctly developed. See Illustration in Appendix.

cephalopodanoun (n. pl.) The highest class of Mollusca.

cephalopteranoun (n.) One of the generic names of the gigantic ray (Manta birostris), known as devilfish and sea devil. It is common on the coasts of South Carolina, Florida, and farther south. Some of them grow to enormous size, becoming twenty feet of more across the body, and weighing more than a ton.

cephalotrochanoun (n.) A kind of annelid larva with a circle of cilia around the head.

ceratobranchianoun (n. pl.) A group of nudibranchiate Mollusca having on the back papilliform or branched organs serving as gills.

cercarianoun (n.) The larval form of a trematode worm having the shape of a tadpole, with its body terminated by a tail-like appendage.

cerealianoun (n. pl.) Public festivals in honor of Ceres.
 noun (n. pl.) The cereals.

ceromanoun (n.) The unguent (a composition of oil and wax) with which wrestlers were anointed among the ancient Romans.
 noun (n.) That part of the baths and gymnasia in which bathers and wrestlers anointed themselves.
 noun (n.) The cere of birds.

cestoideanoun (n. pl.) A class of parasitic worms (Platelminthes) of which the tapeworms are the most common examples. The body is flattened, and usually but not always long, and composed of numerous joints or segments, each of which may contain a complete set of male and female reproductive organs. They have neither mouth nor intestine. See Tapeworm.

cesuranoun (n.) See Caesura.

cetaceanoun (n. pl.) An order of marine mammals, including the whales. Like ordinary mammals they breathe by means of lungs, and bring forth living young which they suckle for some time. The anterior limbs are changed to paddles; the tail flukes are horizontal. There are two living suborders:

chachalacanoun (n.) The Texan guan (Ortalis vetula).

chacmanoun (n.) A large species of African baboon (Cynocephalus porcarius); -- called also ursine baboon. [See Illust. of Baboon.]

chaetognathanoun (n. pl.) An order of free-swimming marine worms, of which the genus Sagitta is the type. They have groups of curved spines on each side of the head.

chaetopodanoun (n. pl.) A very extensive order of Annelida, characterized by the presence of lateral setae, or spines, on most or all of the segments. They are divided into two principal groups: Oligochaeta, including the earthworms and allied forms, and Polychaeta, including most of the marine species.

chajanoun (n.) The crested screamer of Brazil (Palamedea, / Chauna, chavaria), so called in imitation of its notes; -- called also chauna, and faithful kamichi. It is often domesticated and is useful in guarding other poultry. See Kamichi.

chalazanoun (n.) The place on an ovule, or seed, where its outer coats cohere with each other and the nucleus.
 noun (n.) A spiral band of thickened albuminous substance which exists in the white of the bird's egg, and serves to maintain the yolk in its position; the treadle.

charanoun (n.) A genus of flowerless plants, having articulated stems and whorled branches. They flourish in wet places.