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Corna

Definition of the noun CORNA

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Corna is a genus of Incertae sedis.

Corna is a genus of Lepidoptera, described by Walker in 1865.

Corna is a genus of Lepidoptera (awaiting allocation), described by Walker in 1865.

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Google previewThe Story of Rushen Castle and Rushen Abbey, in the Isle of Man (1857)

by Joseph George Cumming

Corna is the boundary between the king and the monastery in that quarter to the ford which lies in the highway between Thorkel's farm, otherwise Kirk Michael, and Herinstad ; the line then passes along the wall which is the limit between the above-mentioned Thorkel's estate and Bally-sallach ; it then descends obliquely along the same wall between Cross-Ivar-Builthan, and so surrounds Bally- sallach j it then descends from Bally-sallach along the wall and ditch to the river of Russin, ...

Google previewManual of Botany for North America (1833)

Containing Generic and Specific Descriptions of the Indigenous Plants and Common Cultivated Exotics, Growing North of the Gulf of Mexico by Amos Eaton

Probably the corna is a variety of this. Rocky Mt. and West of it. rubella, Hk. (W. M. ) stems cespitose, numerous: peduncles terminal, ubescent, 1-flowered: leaves linear-subulate, obtuse, 3-nerved: petals ance-oval, and shorter than the 4- valved capsule, or the lanceolate acute 3-nerved calyx. Rocky Mt. rossii, Hk. (W. 2s.) very glabrous: leaves 3-sided-subulate, obtusish, beardless, nerveless, scarcely equalling the flower: peduncles 1-flowered, elongated: petals oblong, somewhat ...

Google previewOriginal Jamaican) Dancehall Dictionary (2014)

Learning to speak like a Jamaican by Joan Williams, Shawn Grant

Yu Corna Dark: You are in ...

Google previewEncyclopaedia Londinensis, Or, Universal Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and Literature (1810)

CORNA'RO (Louis), a Venetian of noble extračtion, memorabl: for having lived active and healthy to above one hundred ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Painters (1810)

From the Revival of the Art to the Present Period by Matthew Pilkington

“ANTONIO DELLA CORNA. ' FLOURISHED “our 1478. 'Antonio Corna appears to have been of Cremona, and a scholar of Mantegna.

Google previewAn Encyclopedia of the Violin (2013)

by Alberto Bachmann

DALLA CORNA (DELLA CORNA ), GI0vAN GIAooMo, Brescia, b. about 1484, d. after 1548. DALLA COSTA, PIETBO ANTONIO, ...

Google previewAn Irish-English Dictionary (1817)

by Edward O'Reilly

a cap, a coif eosina, corna, s. f. barley ; Horoleum distichon eopne-bes, corna-bog, s. f. bere, bigg Corp, Eorp, s. Europe Çor, eos, v. said, at eos, it was said €orari'a, eotarra, see eatonna £pelat, peladh, s. dying, perishing Cpheat, pheach, adj. strong, vehement; Heb. aphie channels of torrents Spheatc, epheacht, greatness, magnitude ...

Google previewIrish-English/English-Irish Easy Reference Dictionary (2000)

by The Educational Company of Ireland

cup Corn Mhic Cárthaigh the McCarthy Cup cornz u roll, coil Corn3, an m1 Cornwall Corn na Breataine Cornwall corna m4 coil, ...

Google previewA dictionary in Assamese and English (1867)

Asamiẏā āru iṃrāji abhidhāna

sita: maar rater, sa corna тип т su, enveloping the head and body with a cloth; some distant sound. siste, o. feierte, tigt, uña asias, sloop, drowsiness, а kind oroiorh. чай, s. ЕЩЁ, ГЕЁБГК ...

Google previewAn Encyclopaedia of Trees and Shrubs (1869)

Being the Arboretum Et Fruticetum Britannicum Abridged : Containing the Hardy Trees and Shrubs of Britain, Native and Foreign, Scientifically and Popularly Described ; with Their Propagation, Culture, and Uses in the Arts ; and with Engravings of Nearly All the Species ; Abridged from the Large Edition in Eight Volumes, and Adapted for the Use of Nurserymen, Gardeners, and Foresters by John Claudius Loudon

CORNA'CEiE. ORD. Char. Calyx 4-lobed. Petals 4 ; aestivation valvate. Stamen* 4. Style filiform. Stigma simple. Drupe baccate, enclosing a 2-celled nut. Seeds solitary in the cells. Albumen fleshy. — Differs from Caprifoliaccae tribe □ Sambucea.', in the polypetalous corolla and drupaceous fruit. (G. Don.) Leaves simple, opposite, rarely alternate, exstipulate, deciduous, or sub-evergreen ; ovate or oval, entire. Flowers white or yellowish. — Shrubs or low trees ; natives of Europe and ...

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Scrabble value of C3O1R1N1A1

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