Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A Spanish linear measure, a cubit, half a vara, especially half a Castilian vara, or 16.44 English inches, = 41.75 centimeters.

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  • The measure of Ormuz is of two sorts, the one called codo which increaseth vpon the measure of Aleppo 3 per 100, for bringing 100 pikes of any measurable wares from Aleppo to Ormuz, it is found in

    The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English Nation

  • The dam will be built at the foothills of the Andes, in the Amazon rainforest, some 75 kilometres east of the capital Quito, on the Coca River, which flows into the Napo, a tributary of the Amazon River, at a big bend (or "codo") where the water level plunges 600 metres.

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  • Beer is appropriate, but if you decided to offer up tequila, be very codo about doing so.

    Day of the Holy Cross?

  • Beer is appropriate, but if you decided to offer up tequila, be very codo about doing so.

    Day of the Holy Cross?

  • Beer is appropriate, but if you decided to offer up tequila, be very codo about doing so.

    Day of the Holy Cross?

  • Beer is appropriate, but if you decided to offer up tequila, be very codo about doing so.

    Day of the Holy Cross?

  • Beer is appropriate, but if you decided to offer up tequila, be very codo about doing so.

    Day of the Holy Cross?

  • Beer is appropriate, but if you decided to offer up tequila, be very codo about doing so.

    Day of the Holy Cross?

  • Beer is appropriate, but if you decided to offer up tequila, be very codo about doing so.

    Day of the Holy Cross?

  • Beer is appropriate, but if you decided to offer up tequila, be very codo about doing so.

    Day of the Holy Cross?

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