kordo

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Noun[edit]

kordo (accusative singular kordon, plural kordoj, accusative plural kordojn)

  1. (music) string
  2. vocal cord

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Etymology[edit]

Borrowing from Esperanto kordo, English chord and cord, French corde, Italian corda, Spanish cuerda and German Kord and Kordel.

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Noun[edit]

kordo (plural kordi)

  1. rope, cord, line, string
  2. (geometry) chord

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