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A bump or knot, as on a tree trunk; a gnarl.

[Middle English knor.]


(nɜː) or




(Forestry) a knot or protuberance in a tree trunk or in wood
[C16 knor; related to Middle High German knorre knot; compare knar]



a knotty growth, as on a tree.
[1350–1400; Middle English knorre, knor; c. Middle Low German, Middle Dutch, Middle High German knorre]
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