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Definition of the noun CORMA

What does CORMA mean as a name of something?

Corma is a genus of Zygaenidae, described by Walker in 1864.

Corma is a genus of Notodontidae, described by Moore in 1881.

Phrases with Corma

Phrases starting with the word Corma:

  1. Corma Tamosi
  2. Corma Zelica
  3. Corma Laranda
  4. Corma Zenotia
  5. Corma Fragilis
  6. Corma Maculata
  7. Corma Spoliata
  8. Corma Neoterica
  9. Corma Obscurata
  10. Corma Leucomelas
  11. Corma Maculata Laranda
  12. Corma Maculata Maculata

Phrase ending with the word Corma:

  1. Genus Corma

Other phrases containing the word Corma:

  1. Species Corma Tamosi
  2. Species Corma Zelica
  3. Species Corma Laranda
  4. Species Corma Fragilis
  5. Species Corma Maculata
  6. Species Corma Spoliata
  7. Species Corma Neoterica

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Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Corma

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Google previewHandbook of Manufacturing Control (2012)

Fundamentals, description, configuration by Hermann Lödding

Capacity Oriented Material Management (CORMA) CORMA is a manufacturing control method that was developed especially for mixed productions (see Chap. 10). In a mixed production, make-to-stock and customer orders are manufactured ...

Google previewThe English and Welch Dictionary (1737)

Or, the English Before the Welch. Containing All the Words that are Necessary to Understand Both Languages; But More Especially, for the Translation of the English Into Welch ... by John Roderick

Corma Ich. A Dir or Beetle. Cbwi- len ddu, chwil. A Darce.

Google previewEncyclopedia of Kitchen History (2004)

by Mary Ellen Snodgrass

The wealthy drank imported French or Italian wine, while the poorest people drank corma, a honeyed wheat beer. The remains of drinking paraphernalia and massive beer storehouses offer proof of thecentrality ofbeer drinking in ancient times ...

Google previewA synopsis of British plants, in Mr. Ray's method, with their characters, descriptions ... and physical virtues ... with a Botanical Dictionary, etc (1744)

by John WILSON (Botanist.)

Corma ter- vinnm ...

Google previewDictionarium medicum universale: or, a New medical dictionary. Containing an explanation of all the terms used in physic, anatomy ... chymistry, etc (1749)

by John Barrow (teacher of mathematics.)

a name for the Tunica Corma of the eye. CERATOMALAGMA, a cerate. 'CER CERATONIA, the carob trace: CERATUM (from rtra, wax) a cerate, or plaifier ; so ...

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Nanna and Corma and Sharon

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Scrabble value of C3O1R1M3A1

The value of this 5-letter word is 9 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

Anagrams of CORMA

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