cordectomy cor·dec·to·my (kôr-děk’tə-mē)
Excision of all or a part of a cord, as of a vocal cord.
[kawr-did] /ˈkɔr dɪd/ adjective 1. furnished with, made of, or in the form of . 2. ribbed, as a fabric. 3. bound with . 4. (of wood) stacked up in . 5. stringy, or ribbed, in appearance, especially from the prominence of the muscles, veins, etc.: a corded throat. 6. (of pottery) decorated with the […]
noun 1. . noun 1. a late Neolithic to Copper Age culture of northern Europe marked especially by the production of pottery bearing the imprint of cord and by the use of battle-axes as burial accouterments.
[kawr-deel, kawr-deel] /kɔrˈdil, ˈkɔr dil/ noun 1. a city in SW Georgia.
[kawr-deel-yuh] /kɔrˈdil yə/ noun 1. (in Shakespeare’s King Lear) the youngest of Lear’s three daughters and the only one who remains loyal to her father. Compare , . 2. a female given name. The youngest of the king’s three daughters in the play King Lear, by William Shakespeare. King Lear at first thinks her ungrateful […]