[kuh-rid-l-is] /kəˈrɪd l ɪs/
any of the erect or climbing plants constituting the genus Corydalis, of the poppy family, having divided leaves, tuberous or fibrous roots, and clusters of irregular spurred flowers.
any erect or climbing plant of the N temperate genus Corydalis, having finely-lobed leaves and spurred yellow or pinkish flowers: family Fumariaceae Also called fumitory
/ˈkɒrɪdən; -ˌdɒn/ noun 1. (in pastoral literature) a shepherd or rustic traditional poetic name for a shepherd or rustic swain, from Latin Corydon, from Greek Korydon, name of a shepherd in Theocritus and Virgil.
[kawr-yel] /kɔrˈyɛl/ noun 1. John Russell, 1848–1924, U.S. author of detective and adventure stories.
[kawr-imb, -im, kor-] /ˈkɔr ɪmb, -ɪm, ˈkɒr-/ noun, Botany. 1. a form of inflorescence in which the flowers form a flat-topped or convex cluster, the outermost flowers being the first to open. /ˈkɒrɪmb; -rɪm/ noun 1. an inflorescence in the form of a flat-topped flower cluster with the oldest flowers at the periphery. This type […]
corymbiform co·rym·bi·form (kə-rĭm’bə-fôrm’) adj. Relating to or producing the flowerlike clustering of skin lesions seen in granulomatous diseases.