From English corner, from Middle English corner, from Anglo-Norman cornere, from Old French corne (“corner, angle”, literally “a horn, projecting point”), from Vulgar Latin *corna (“horn”), from Latin cornua, plural of cornū (“projecting point, end, horn”).
- Hyphenation: kor‧ner
- a corner
- to corner; to drive (someone) into a corner or other confined space
- to trap in a position of great difficulty or hopeless embarrassment
kȍrner m (Cyrillic spelling ко̏рнер)