[kawr-dl-eer] /ˌkɔr dlˈɪər/
a Franciscan friar: so called from the knotted cord worn as a girdle.
Cordeliers, a political club in Paris that met at an old Cordelier convent at the time of the French Revolution.
the Cordeliers, a political club founded in 1790 and meeting at an old Cordelier convent in Paris
(RC Church) a Franciscan friar of the order of the Friars Minor
[kawr-del] /kɔrˈdɛl/ noun 1. a heavy rope formerly used for towing boats on rivers in Canada and the U.S. verb (used with object), cordelled, cordelling. 2. to tow (a boat) by means of a cordelle.
[kawrd] /kɔrd/ noun 1. a string or thin rope made of several strands braided, twisted, or woven together. 2. Electricity. a small, flexible, insulated cable. 3. a ribbed fabric, especially corduroy. 4. a cordlike rib on the surface of cloth. 5. any influence that binds or restrains: cord of marriage. 6. Anatomy. a cordlike structure: […]
noun 1. a quantity of wood 4 feet high, 4 feet wide, and 1 foot long (1.2 m × 1.2 m × 0.3 meters), or 16 cu. ft. (0.5 cu. m).
[kawrd-gras, -grahs] /ˈkɔrdˌgræs, -ˈgrɑs/ noun 1. any of several of the genus Spartina, of coastal regions.