[koh-tahyd-l] /koʊˈtaɪd l/
pertaining to a coincidence of tides.
(on a chart or map) indicating a line connecting points at which high tide occurs at the same time.
(of a line on a tidal chart) joining points at which high tide occurs simultaneously
[kuh-til-yuh n, koh-] /kəˈtɪl yən, koʊ-/ noun 1. a formal ball given especially for debutantes. 2. a lively French social dance originating in the 18th century, consisting of a variety of steps and figures and performed by couples. 3. any of various dances resembling the quadrille. 4. music arranged or played for these dances. 5. […]
[kuh-til-yuh n, koh-; French kaw-tee-yawn] /kəˈtɪl yən, koʊ-; French kɔ tiˈyɔ̃/ noun, plural cotillons [kuh-til-yuh nz, koh-; French kaw-tee-yawn] /kəˈtɪl yənz, koʊ-; French kɔ tiˈyɔ̃/ (Show IPA) 1. .
[koht] /koʊt/ verb (used with object), coted, coting. Obsolete. 1. to pass by; outstrip; surpass. /kəʊt/ noun 1. 2. (dialect, mainly Brit) a small cottage /kəʊt/ verb 1. (transitive) (archaic) to pass by, outstrip, or surpass n. Old English cote, fem. of cot (plural cotu) “small house, bedchamber, den” (see cottage). Applied to buildings for […]
[koh-ting-guh, kuh-] /koʊˈtɪŋ gə, kə-/ noun 1. any of several songbirds constituting the family Cotingidae of chiefly tropical New World regions. /kəˈtɪŋɡə/ noun 1. any tropical American passerine bird of the family Cotingidae, such as the umbrella bird and the cock-of-the-rock, having a broad slightly hooked bill Also called chatterer