Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In medicine, a spoon; a spoonful. In prescriptions abbreviated coch.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. A spoon.
- n. (Med) A spoonful.
“(Te odeo, interfice te cochleare) > > > You've allowed such men to occupy positions of power in your world by preaching that all men are evil from the moment they're born.”
“During the first century, the Romans invented the ligula and cochleare spoons.”
“Hujus vini cochleare, altemis horis, tempoce remiflionis propinetur » donec lingua munda evadat, iive donec morbus remittat.”
“Unde cochleare fiimatur, o6lava quavis hori parte, donec effeftus fequatur.”
“_cochleare_; also that the most common place of its growth is _ar_, near, _mor_, the sea.”
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