[koo-ter] /ˈku tər/
Chiefly Southern U.S. any of several large aquatic turtles of the southern U.S. and northern Mexico.
name for some types of freshwater terrapin in southern U.S., 1835 (first attested 1827 in phrase drunk as a cooter, but this probably is a colloquial form of unrelated coot), from obsolete verb coot “to copulate” (1660s), of unknown origin. The turtle is said to copulate for two weeks at a stretch.
[koo-tee] /ˈku ti/ noun, Informal. 1. a louse, especially one affecting humans, as the body louse, head louse, or pubic louse. [koo-tee] /ˈku ti/ noun, plural cooties. 1. 1 . [koo-tee] /ˈku ti/ noun, Scot. 1. a wooden container, especially a wooden bowl, for storing or serving food or drink. [koo-tee] /ˈku ti/ noun, plural […]
- Cooperative farm
noun 1. a farm that is run in cooperation with others in the purchasing and using of machinery, stock, etc, and in the marketing of produce through its own institutions (farmers’ cooperatives) 2. a farm that is owned by a cooperative society 3. a farm run on a communal basis, such as a kibbutz 4. […]
- Cool beans
noun okay; excellent Examples Tacos for dinner? Cool beans! Word Origin 1960s Usage Note slang modifier Excellent; wonderful; cool, fresh, rad: Cool Beans ”superlative, a highly desirable situation” (1980s+ Students)
- Cool bag
noun 1. an insulated container used to keep food cool on picnics, to carry frozen food, etc