Definition of Cordier. Meaning of Cordier. Synonyms of Cordier

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Definition of Cordier

Cordier
Cordy Cord"y (k[^o]r"d[y^]), a. [Compar. Cordier; superl. Cordiest.] Of, or like, cord; having cords or cordlike parts.

Meaning of Cordier from wikipedia

- Cordier is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Andrew W. Cordier (1901–1975), American administrator Balthasar Cordier (1592–1650), Belgian...
- Mathieu Cordier (born 8 March 1999), is an Australian professional footballer who plays as a left back for Western Sydney Wanderers He made his senior...
- Kenneth W Cordier (born February 16, 1937) is a former United States Air Force colonel and aviator who was an American prisoner of war (POW) in North...
- Pierre Cordier (born January 28, 1933 in Brussels), also known as the father of the chemigram, is a Belgian artist. He is considered the pioneer of the...
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- Baude Cordier (born c. 1380 in Rheims, died before 1440) was a French composer from Rheims; it has been suggested that Cordier was the nom de plume of...
- Andrew Wellington Cordier (March 1, 1901 – July 11, 1975) was a United Nations official and President of Columbia University. Cordier was born on a farm...
- Henri Cordier (8 August 1849 – 16 March 1925) was a French linguist, historian, ethnographer, author, editor and Orientalist. He was President of the...
- Douglas E. Cordier (born December 6, 1953) is a Democratic Party member of the Montana House of Representatives, representing District 3 since 2007. Montana...
- Nicolas Cordier (1567–1612), was a French sculptor, painter and printmaker working in Rome and also known as "il Franciosino" (the little Frenchman),...
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