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Accordable
Accordable Ac*cord"a*ble, a. [OF. acordable, F. accordable.] 1. Agreeing. [Obs.] --Chaucer. 2. Reconcilable; in accordance.
Accordance
Accordance Ac*cord"ance, n. [OF. acordance.] Agreement; harmony; conformity. ``In strict accordance with the law.' --Macaulay. Syn: Harmony; unison; coincidence.
Accordancy
Accordancy Ac*cord"an*cy, n. Accordance. [R.] --Paley.
Accordant
Accordant Ac*cord"ant, a. [OF. acordant, F. accordant.] Agreeing; consonant; harmonious; corresponding; conformable; -- followed by with or to. Strictly accordant with true morality. --Darwin. And now his voice accordant to the string. --Coldsmith.
Accordantly
Accordantly Ac*cord"ant*ly, adv. In accordance or agreement; agreeably; conformably; -- followed by with or to.
Concordable
Concordable Con*cord"a*ble, a. [L. concordabilis.] Capable of according; agreeing; harmonious.
Concordance
Concordance Con*cord"ance, n. [F., fr. LL. concordantia.] 1. Agreement; accordance. Contrasts, and yet concordances. --Carlyle. 2. (Gram.) Concord; agreement. [Obs.] --Aschlam. 3. An alphabetical verbal index showing the places in the text of a book where each principal word may be found, with its immediate context in each place. His knowledge of the Bible was such, that he might have been called a living concordance. --Macaulay. 4. A topical index or orderly analysis of the contents of a book.
Concordancy
Concordancy Con*cord"an*cy, n. Agreement. --W. Montagu.
Concordant
Concordant Con*cord"ant, a. [L. concordans, p. pr. of concordare: cf. F. concordant. See Concord.] Agreeing; correspondent; harmonious; consonant. Were every one employed in points concordant to their natures, professions, and arts, commonwealths would rise up of themselves. --Sir T. Browne
Concordantly
Concordantly Con*cord"ant*ly, adv. In a concordant manner.
Concordat
Concordat Con*cor"dat, n. [F. concordat, L. concordato, prop. p. p. of concordare. See Concord.] 1. A compact, covenant, or agreement concerning anything. 2. An agreement made between the pope and a sovereign or government for the regulation of ecclesiastical matters with which both are concerned; as, the concordat between Pope Pius VII and Bonaparte in 1801. --Hook.
Cordage
Cordage Cord"age (k?rd"?j), n. [F. cordage. See Cord.] Ropes or cords, collectively; hence, anything made of rope or cord, as those parts of the rigging of a ship which consist of ropes.
Cordal
Cordal Cord"al (k?rd"al), n. Same as Cordelle.
Cordate
Cordate Cordate (k?r"d?t), a. [L. cor, cordis, heart.] (Bot.) Heart-shaped; as, a cordate leaf.
Cordately
Cordately Cor"date*ly, adv. In a cordate form.
Disaccordant
Disaccordant Dis`ac*cord"ant, a. Not accordant. --Fabyan.
Discordable
Discordable Dis*cord"a*ble, a. [Cf. OF. descordable.] That may produce discord; disagreeing; discordant. [R.] --Halliwell.
Discordance
Discordance Dis*cord"ance, Discordancy Dis*cord"an*cy, n. [Cf. F. discordance.] State or quality of being discordant; disagreement; inconsistency. There will arise a thousand discordances of opinion. --I. Taylor.
Discordancy
Discordance Dis*cord"ance, Discordancy Dis*cord"an*cy, n. [Cf. F. discordance.] State or quality of being discordant; disagreement; inconsistency. There will arise a thousand discordances of opinion. --I. Taylor.
Discordant
Discordant Dis*cord"ant, a. [OE. discordant, descordaunt, OF. descordant, discordant, F. discordant, p. pr. of discorder, OF. also, descorder. See Discord, n.] 1. Disagreeing; incongruous; being at variance; clashing; opposing; not harmonious. The discordant elements out of which the emperor had compounded his realm did not coalesce. --Motley. 2. [See Discord, n., 2. ] (Mus.) Dissonant; not in harmony or musical concord; harsh; jarring; as, discordant notes or sounds. For still their music seemed to start Discordant echoes in each heart. --Longfellow. 3. (Geol.) Said of strata which lack conformity in direction of bedding, either as in unconformability, or as caused by a fault. Syn: Disagreeing; incongruous; contradictory; repugnant; opposite; contrary; inconsistent; dissonant; harsh; jarring; irreconcilable. -- Dis*cord"ant*ly, adv. -- Dis*cord"ant*ness, n. [R.]
Discordantly
Discordant Dis*cord"ant, a. [OE. discordant, descordaunt, OF. descordant, discordant, F. discordant, p. pr. of discorder, OF. also, descorder. See Discord, n.] 1. Disagreeing; incongruous; being at variance; clashing; opposing; not harmonious. The discordant elements out of which the emperor had compounded his realm did not coalesce. --Motley. 2. [See Discord, n., 2. ] (Mus.) Dissonant; not in harmony or musical concord; harsh; jarring; as, discordant notes or sounds. For still their music seemed to start Discordant echoes in each heart. --Longfellow. 3. (Geol.) Said of strata which lack conformity in direction of bedding, either as in unconformability, or as caused by a fault. Syn: Disagreeing; incongruous; contradictory; repugnant; opposite; contrary; inconsistent; dissonant; harsh; jarring; irreconcilable. -- Dis*cord"ant*ly, adv. -- Dis*cord"ant*ness, n. [R.]
Discordantness
Discordant Dis*cord"ant, a. [OE. discordant, descordaunt, OF. descordant, discordant, F. discordant, p. pr. of discorder, OF. also, descorder. See Discord, n.] 1. Disagreeing; incongruous; being at variance; clashing; opposing; not harmonious. The discordant elements out of which the emperor had compounded his realm did not coalesce. --Motley. 2. [See Discord, n., 2. ] (Mus.) Dissonant; not in harmony or musical concord; harsh; jarring; as, discordant notes or sounds. For still their music seemed to start Discordant echoes in each heart. --Longfellow. 3. (Geol.) Said of strata which lack conformity in direction of bedding, either as in unconformability, or as caused by a fault. Syn: Disagreeing; incongruous; contradictory; repugnant; opposite; contrary; inconsistent; dissonant; harsh; jarring; irreconcilable. -- Dis*cord"ant*ly, adv. -- Dis*cord"ant*ness, n. [R.]
Inaccordant
Inaccordant In`ac*cord"ant, a. Not accordant; discordant.
Irrecordable
Irrecordable Ir`re*cord"a*ble, a. [Pref. ir-- not + record: cf. L. irrecordabilis not to be remembered.] Not fit or possible to be recorded.
M cordata
Magnolia Mag*no"li*a, n. [NL. Named after Pierre Magnol, professor of botany at Montpellier, France, in the 17th century.] (Bot.) A genus of American and Asiatic trees, with aromatic bark and large sweet-scented whitish or reddish flowers. Note: Magnolia grandiflora has coriaceous shining leaves and very fragrant blossoms. It is common from North Carolina to Florida and Texas, and is one of the most magnificent trees of the American forest. The sweet bay (M. glauca)is a small tree found sparingly as far north as Cape Ann. Other American species are M. Umbrella, M. macrophylla, M. Fraseri, M. acuminata, and M. cordata. M. conspicua and M. purpurea are cultivated shrubs or trees from Eastern Asia. M. Campbellii, of India, has rose-colored or crimson flowers. Magnolia warbler (Zo["o]l.), a beautiful North American wood warbler (Dendroica maculosa). The rump and under parts are bright yellow; the breast and belly are spotted with black; the under tail coverts are white; the crown is ash.
Neurocordal
Neurocord Neu"ro*cord, n. [Neuro- + cord.] (Zo["o]l.) A cordlike organ composed of elastic fibers situated above the ventral nervous cord of annelids, like the earthworm. -- Neu`ro*cor"dal, a.
Obcordate
Obcordate Ob*cor"date, a. [Pref. ob- + cordate.] Heart-shaped, with the attachment at the pointed end; inversely cordate: as, an obcordate petal or leaf.
Pontederia cordata
Pickerel Pick"er*el, n. [Dim. of Pike.] [Written also pickerell.] 1. A young or small pike. [Obs.] Bet [better] is, quoth he, a pike than a pickerel. --Chaucer. 2. (Zo["o]l.) (a) Any one of several species of freshwater fishes of the genus Esox, esp. the smaller species. (b) The glasseye, or wall-eyed pike. See Wall-eye. Note: The federation, or chain, pickerel (Esox reticulatus) and the brook pickerel (E. Americanus) are the most common American species. They are used for food, and are noted for their voracity. About the Great Lakes the pike is called pickerel. Pickerel weed (Bot.), a blue-flowered aquatic plant (Pontederia cordata) having large arrow-shaped leaves. So called because common in slow-moving waters where pickerel are often found.
Recordance
Recordance Re*cord"ance (r?*k?rd"?ns), n. Remembrance. [Obs.]
Recordation
Recordation Rec`or*da"tion (r?k`?r*d?"sh?n), n. [L. recordatio: cf. F. recordation. See Record, v. t.] Remembrance; recollection; also, a record. [Obs.] --Shak.

Meaning of Corda from wikipedia

- Corda may refer to: August Carl Joseph Corda (1809–1849), Czech physician and mycologist Ines Ćorda (born 1995), Serbian basketball player María Corda...
- The Sursum Corda (Latin: "Lift up your hearts" or literally, "Lifted hearts") is the opening dialogue to the Preface of the Eucharistic Prayer or Anaphora...
- La Corda d'Oro (****anese: 金色のコルダ, Hepburn: Kin'iro no Koruda) is a role-playing game series targeted at a female demographic audience under the Neoromance...
- María Corda (Mária Antónia Farkas, 4 May 1898 in Déva, Hungary (now Deva, Romania) – 15 February 1976 in Thônex, Switzerland) was a Hungarian actress...
- 300 firms working together to build distributed applications on top of Corda (known as CorDapps) for usage across industries such as financial services...
- The episodes from the anime La Corda d'Oro are based on the manga of the same name written and illustrated by Yuki Kure, that is itself an adaptation...
- pianos usually have three pedals, from left to right, the soft pedal (or una corda), the sostenuto pedal, and the sustaining pedal (or damper pedal). Some...
- The soft pedal (or una corda pedal, Italian for '"one string"') is one of the standard pedals on a piano, generally placed leftmost among the pedals....
- Cordas may refer to: Darko Čordaš (born 1976), Croatian football player Dino 7 Cordas (1918–2006), Brazilian guitar player Leon Còrdas (1913–1987), Occitan...
- (1929), Belles (1960), Gryphon Circle (1968), Ignatians (1981), Sursum Corda (1992), Marians (2003), Magis (2003), Creare (2009), Espérer (2012), and...
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