a Eurasian shrub or small tree, Cornus mas, of the dogwood family, having shiny, ovate leaves and yellow flowers.
its tart, edible, scarlet berry.
- Cornelis tromp
[trawmp] /trɔmp/ noun 1. Cornelis [kawr-ney-lis] /kɔrˈneɪ lɪs/ (Show IPA), 1629–91, and his father, Maarten Harpertszoon [mahr-tuh n hahr-puh rt-sohn] /ˈmɑr tən ˈhɑr pərtˌsoʊn/ (Show IPA) 1597–1653, Dutch admirals. /Dutch tromp/ noun 1. Cornelius (Martenszoon) (korˈneɪlɪs). 1629–91, Dutch admiral, who fought during the 2nd and 3rd Anglo-Dutch Wars 2. his father, Maarten (Harpertszoon) (ˈmartən). 1598–1653, […]
[kawr-nel-yah duh lyoh-bruh-gaht; Spanish kawr-ne-lyah th e lyaw-bre-gaht] /ˌkɔr nɛlˈyɑ də ˌlyoʊ brəˈgɑt; Spanish ˌkɔr nɛˈlyɑ ðɛ ˌlyɔ brɛˈgɑt/ noun 1. a city in N Spain.
- Cornell theory center
(CTC) One of four supercomputing centers funded by the US National Science Foundation. The CTC also receives funding from the Advanced Research Projects Agency, the National Institutes of Health, New York State, IBM Corporation, and other members of the center’s Corporate Research Institute. (http://tc.cornell.edu/). (1994-12-08)
- Cornell university
body, education A US Ivy League University founded in 1868 by businessman Ezra Cornell and respected scholar Andrew Dickson White. Cornell includes thirteen colleges and schools. On the Ithaca campus are the seven undergraduate units and four graduate and professional units. The Medical College and the Graduate School of Medical Sciences are in New York […]