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Correct spelling: coral

Coral \c(o)-ral\

Origin:
Latin
Details:
Coral as a girl's name is pronounced KOR-ul. It is of Latin origin. Late 19th-century coinage. Nature name: a semiprecious natural sea growth, often deep pink to red in color. Actress Coral Browne.
Meaning:
carol, Caryl, Carel, Corly, Coralia.
Variants:
Coralie, Coraline, Coralee, Coralyn, Coralena, Corallina, Coralline, Coraly, Coralyne, Koral, Korall, Koralie, Koralline.
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This graph shows how "coral" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

Examples of usage for coral:

  1. A great many had twigs of coral or pieces of ivory in their pierced nostrils, lips and ears. – In Desert and Wilderness by Henryk Sienkiewicz
  2. 24.- Formation of Coral Reefs. – Geology by James Geikie
  3. The coral reefs of southern oceans also afford striking evidence of a great movement of depression. – Geology by James Geikie

Quotes for coral:

  1. That includes not cutting down the rain forest, and stop polluting the ocean because once we kill the coral reefs and the rain forest, this earth is toast.
  2. The juvenile sea squirt wanders through the sea searching for a suitable rock or hunk of coral to cling to and make its home for life. For this task, it has a rudimentary nervous system. When it finds its spot and takes root, it doesn't need its brain anymore so it eats it!
  3. The cities are the principal home and seat of the human group. They are the coral colony for Man, the collective being.
  4. I know Dr. Kennedy and I know Coral Ridge Ministries. I have no connection.
  5. It happened in Miami, in Coral Gables, a great big ol' Cuban wedding. It was pretty intense.

Rhymes for coral:

  1. aural, choral, durrell, floral, goral, laurel, moral, oral, quarrel, sorrel, borel, loral, curle, sorel, morell, orel, sorrell, norell, erle, sorell, koral, murrell, boral;
  2. amoral, auroral, balmoral, immoral;
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