Definitions

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. See Kurd.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. See Kurd.

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Examples

  • As we were entering a town, a rascally koord snatched the wallet from his hands, and asserted that it was his own, which we had stolen from him: upon which, I called out to some passengers to assist me in the recovery of my property, and they helped me to carry the sharper before the cauzee, to whom I complained of his assault.

    The Arabian Nights Entertainments - Complete

  • Seeing this, the koord exclaimed, "Pardon me, my lord the cauzee, I have been mistaken, the wallet is not mine; but I must away and search for the thief who has stolen my valuable property."

    The Arabian Nights Entertainments - Complete

  • The magistrate asked the koord what he had to allege in his defence; to which he replied, "My lord, I lost this wallet some days since, and found it in possession of the complainant, who pretends that it is his own, and will not resign it."

    The Arabian Nights Entertainments - Complete

  • The cauzee laughed, and turning to the koord, said, "Friend, thou hast heard what has past; what further canst thou say?"

    The Arabian Nights Entertainments - Complete

  • "The bag is mine," continued the koord: upon which, the cauzee ordered it to be emptied; when, lo! there were found in it some cakes of bread, a few limes, a little pepper, and a cruet of oil.

    The Arabian Nights Entertainments - Complete

  • De film opent met de 'artistieke misdaad van de eeuw' - een straatartiest die op een koord tussen de Twin Towers balanceert - zoals beschreven in

    FilmTotaal - Filmnieuws

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