[kawr-ee, kohr-ee; kawr-ey, kohr-ey] /ˈkɔr i, ˈkoʊr i; ˈkɔr eɪ, ˈkoʊr eɪ/
noun, plural korai
[kawr-ahy, kohr-ahy] /ˈkɔr aɪ, ˈkoʊr aɪ/ (Show IPA)
Greek Antiquity. a sculptured representation of a young woman, especially one produced prior to the 5th century b.c.
Also, Core, Cora. (initial capital letter) Classical Mythology. Persephone, especially as a symbol of virginity.
in Greek mythology, the daughter of Zeus and Demeter, also called Persephone in her aspect as Hades’s wife, from Greek kore “maiden” (see crescent).
partridge. (1.) A Levite and temple-warder of the Korahites, the son of Asaph. He was father of Shallum and Meshelemiah, temple-porters (1 Chr. 9:19; 26:1). (2.) A Levitical porter at the east gate of the temple (2 Chr. 31:14). (3.) In 1 Chr. 26:19 the word should be “Korahites,” as in the Revised Version.
[kuh-rahn, -ran, kaw-, koh-] /kəˈrɑn, -ˈræn, kɔ-, koʊ-/ noun 1. the sacred text of Islam, divided into 114 chapters, or suras: revered as the word of God, dictated to Muhammad by the archangel Gabriel, and accepted as the foundation of Islamic law, religion, culture, and politics. /kɔːˈrɑːn/ noun 1. the sacred book of Islam, believed […]
/ˈkɒrɑːriː/ noun (pl) korari 1. a native New Zealand flax plant, Phormium tenax Also called claddie
- Korat cat
/ˈkɔːræt/ noun 1. a rare type of cat originating in Thailand that has a blue-grey coat and, in the adult, brilliant green eyes
[kawr-buh n; Sephardic Hebrew kawr-bahn; Ashkenazic Hebrew kawr-buh n] /ˈkɔr bən; Sephardic Hebrew kɔrˈbɑn; Ashkenazic Hebrew ˈkɔr bən/ noun 1. . [kawr-buh n; Sephardic Hebrew kawr-bahn; Ashkenazic Hebrew kawr-buh n] /ˈkɔr bən; Sephardic Hebrew kɔrˈbɑn; Ashkenazic Hebrew ˈkɔr bən/ noun 1. a sacrifice or offering made to God, especially among the ancient Hebrews in fulfillment […]