[kawr-uh-skeyt, kor-] /ˈkɔr əˌskeɪt, ˈkɒr-/
verb (used without object), coruscated, coruscating.
to emit vivid flashes of light; sparkle; scintillate; gleam.
(intransitive) to emit flashes of light; sparkle
1705, from Latin coruscatus, past participle of coruscare “to vibrate, glitter,” perhaps from PIE *(s)ker- (2) “leap, jump about” (cf. scherzo). Related: Coruscated; coruscating.
[kawr-uh-skey-shuh n, kor-] /ˌkɔr əˈskeɪ ʃən, ˌkɒr-/ noun 1. the act of . 2. a sudden gleam or flash of light. 3. a striking display of brilliance or wit. /ˌkɒrəˈskeɪʃən/ noun 1. a gleam or flash of light 2. a sudden or striking display of brilliance, wit, etc n. late 15c., from Latin coruscationem (nominative […]
[kawr-val-is] /kɔrˈvæl ɪs/ noun 1. a city in W Oregon.
[kawrvz] /kɔrvz/ noun 1. plural of . [kawrf] /kɔrf/ noun, plural corves [kawrvz] /kɔrvz/ (Show IPA). British. 1. Mining. 2. a basket, cage, or boxlike structure with perforations for keeping lobsters or fish alive in water. /kɔːvz/ noun 1. the plural of corf /kɔːf/ noun (pl) corves 1. (Brit) a wagon or basket used formerly […]
[kawr-vey] /kɔrˈveɪ/ noun 1. unpaid labor for one day, as on the repair of roads, exacted by a feudal lord. 2. an obligation imposed on inhabitants of a district to perform services, as repair of roads, bridges, etc., for little or no remuneration. /ˈkɔːveɪ/ noun 1. (European history) a day’s unpaid labour owed by a […]