How to Pronounce corm?

Correct pronunciation for the word "corm" is [kˈɔːm], [kˈɔːm], [k_ˈɔː_m].

"Corm" in context

Corms are a type of underground stem structure, similar to a bulb but with a slightly different shape. They store food and help plants survive through tough seasons. Corms are found in a variety of plants including daylilies, gladioli, cyclamen, and iris. Corms are round when young and become more elongated as they mature. They can be planted in small hills or furrows, or cut from the mother with a sharp knife and then planted. Corms are a very economical way to propagate plants and can be dug up, divided and replanted with ease. They will even bear fruit in their second year.

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Usage over time for corm:

This graph shows how "corm" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

13 words made out of letters CORM

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