(Corn"shell`er) n. A machine that separates the kernels of corn from the cob.

(Corn"shuck`) n. The husk covering an ear of Indian corn. [Colloq. U.S.]

(Corn"stalk`) n. A stalk of Indian corn.

(Corn"starch`) n. Starch made from Indian corn, esp. a fine white flour used for puddings, etc.

(||Cor"nu) n.; pl. Cornua [L.] A horn, or anything shaped like or resembling a horn.

Cornu Ammonis
(Cor"nu Am*mo"nis) (am*mo"nis); pl. ||Cornua Ammonis. [L., horn of Ammon. See Ammonite.] (Paleon.) A fossil shell, curved like a ram's horn; an obsolete name for an ammonite.

(Cor`nu*co"pi*a) n.; pl. Cornucopias (- az). [L. cornu copiae horn of plenty. See Horn, and Copious.]

1. The horn of plenty, from which fruits and flowers are represented as issuing. It is an emblem of abundance.

2. pl. (Bot.) A genus of grasses bearing spikes of flowers resembling the cornucopia in form.

Some writers maintain that this word should be written, in the singular, cornu copiæ, and in the plural, cornua copiæ.

(Cor"nute Cor*nut"ed) a. [L. cornutus horned, from cornu horn.]

1. Bearing horns; horned; horn-shaped.

2. Cuckolded. [R.] "My being cornuted." LEstrange.

(Cor*nute") v. t. To bestow horns upon; to make a cuckold of; to cuckold. [Obs.] Burton.

(||Cor*nu"to) n. [It., fr. L. cornutus horned.] A man that wears the horns; a cuckold. [R.] Shak.

(Cor*nu"tor) n. A cuckold maker. [R.] Jordan.

(Cor"ny) a. [L. cornu horn.] Strong, stiff, or hard, like a horn; resembling horn.

Up stood the cornu reed.

(Corn"y), a.

1. Producing corn or grain; furnished with grains of corn. [R.] "The corny ear." Prior.

2. Containing corn; tasting well of malt. [R.]

A draught of moist and corny ale.

3. Tipsy. [Vulgar, Eng.] Forby.

(Cor"o*core) n. A kind of boat of various forms, used in the Indian Archipelago.

(Cor"o*dy) n. [LL. corrodium, corredium, conredium, furniture, provision: cf. OF. conroi. See Curry.] (Old Law) An allowance of meat, drink, or clothing due from an abbey or other religious house for the sustenance of such of the king's servants as he may designate to receive it. [Written also corrody.]

(Cor"ol) n. (Bot.) A corolla.

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