[kawr-ney; French kawr-ne-yuh] /kɔrˈneɪ; French kɔrˈnɛ yə/
[pee-air;; French pyer] /piˈɛər;; French pyɛr/ (Show IPA), 1606–84, French dramatist and poet.
Pierre (pjɛr). 1606–84, French tragic dramatist often regarded as the founder of French classical drama. His plays include Médée (1635), Le Cid (1636), Horace (1640), and Polyeucte (1642)
[kawr-nl] /ˈkɔr nl/ noun 1. any tree or shrub of the genus Cornus; dogwood. /ˈkɔːnəl/ noun 1. any cornaceous plant of the genus Cornus, such as the dogwood and dwarf cornel n. a type of tree or shrub with an edible fruit, 1550s, from German cornel-baum, from Old High German cornul, from Medieval Latin cornolium, […]
[kawr-neel-yuh] /kɔrˈnil yə/ noun 1. flourished 2nd century b.c, Roman matron: mother of Gaius and Tiberius Gracchus. 2. flourished 1st century b.c, first wife of Julius Caesar 83–67?. Compare , . 3. a female given name.
[kawr-neel-yuh n] /kɔrˈnil yən/ noun 1. . /kɔːˈniːlɪən/ noun 1. a variant spelling of carnelian n. “red variety of chalcedony,” a variant of corneline (c.1400), from Old French corneline (Modern French cornaline), diminutive of corneola, probably from Vulgar Latin *cornea, from Latin cornus, name of a type of berry (see cornel).
noun 1. a Eurasian shrub or small tree, Cornus mas, of the dogwood family, having shiny, ovate leaves and yellow flowers. 2. its tart, edible, scarlet berry.