[kawr-deyt] /ˈkɔr deɪt/
a cordate shell.
(of leaves) heart-shaped, with the attachment at the notched end.
heart-shaped: a cordate leaf, cordate shells
cordate cor·date (kôr’dāt’)
Having a heart-shaped outline. Often used of leaves, such as those of the morning glory or linden.
- Cordate pelvis
cordate pelvis n. A pelvis in which the sacrum projects forward between the iliac bones, giving a heart shape to the brim. Also called cordiform pelvis.
[kawr-dey] /kɔrˈdeɪ/ noun 1. Charlotte (Maria Anne Charlotte Corday d’Armont) 1768–93, French Revolutionary heroine: assassinated Jean-Paul Marat. /French kɔrdɛ/ noun 1. Charlotte (ʃarlɔt), full name Marie Anne Charlotte Corday d’Armont. 1768–93, French Girondist revolutionary, who assassinated Marat
noun 1. blood from the placenta drawn through the newly severed umbilical cord, collected for study or for possible transfusion to treat disease in the child. cord blood n. Blood present in the umbilical vessels at the time of delivery.
cordectomy cor·dec·to·my (kôr-děk’tə-mē) n. Excision of all or a part of a cord, as of a vocal cord.