named along with Bethsaida and Capernaum as one of the cities in which our Lord’s “mighty works” were done, and which was doomed to woe because of signal privileges neglected (Matt. 11:21; Luke 10:13). It has been identified by general consent with the modern Kerazeh, about 2 1/2 miles up the Wady Kerazeh from Capernaum; i.e., Tell Hum.
[kawrd] /kɔrd/ noun 1. a feeling or emotion: His story struck a chord of pity in the listeners. 2. Geometry. the line segment between two points on a given curve. 3. Engineering, Building Trades. a principal member of a truss extending from end to end, usually one of a pair of such members, more or […]
chorda chor·da (kôr’də) n. pl. chor·dae (-dē’)
[kawr-duh-mez-uh-durm, -mes-, -mee-zuh-, -suh-] /ˌkɔr dəˈmɛz əˌdɜrm, -ˈmɛs-, -ˈmi zə-, -sə-/ noun, Embryology. 1. the part of the blastoderm of a young embryo that forms the notochord and related structures.
[kawr-dl] /ˈkɔr dl/ adjective 1. of, relating to, or resembling a . 2. of or relating to music that is marked principally by vertical harmonic movement rather than by linear polyphony. chordal chord·al (kôr’dl) adj. Of or relating to a chorda or cord.