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cor

(kɔː)
interj
slang Brit an exclamation of surprise, amazement, or admiration
[C20: corruption of God]

cor-

var. of com- before r : correlate.

Cor.

1. Corinthians.
2. Coroner.

cor.

1. corner.
2. coroner.
3. corpus.
4. correct.
5. correction.
Translations

cor

[kɔːʳ] EXCL (Brit) → ¡caramba!
cor blimey!¡Dios mío!

cor

[ˈkɔːr] excl (British)mince alors!

cor

interj (Brit inf) → Mensch (inf), → Mann (sl)

cor

[kɔːʳ] excl (Brit) (also cor blimey!) → perbacco!
References in classic literature ?
The parable of Pythagoras is dark, but true; Cor ne edito; Eat not the heart.
She told me that among the Galus there were a few babies, that she had once been a baby but that most of her people "came up," as he put it, "cor sva jo," or literally, "from the beginning"; and as they all did when they used that phrase, she would wave a broad gesture toward the south.
They speak of ata and cor sva jo, meaning reproduction and from the beginning, and point toward the south; but no one has a mother.
For what saith the text, Vinum l tificat cor hominis; and again, Rex delectabitur pulchritudine tua.
'Ubi saeva indignatio cor ulterius lacerare nequit' (Where fierce indignation can no longer tear his heart).
Over his grave was placed a simple stone with the date of his birth and death and the words "Cor Cordium"--heart of hearts.
It has a flexible CORS GNSS Receiver and multi data file formats and is compatible with other brands of CORS Systems.
Based on mission analysis and contract oversight requirements, requiring activity leaders determine the level of training CORs will attend.
A Versailles Le Marquis Marc-Antoine de Dampierre, premier Gentilhomme des Plaisirs et de la Venerie de sa Majeste, fait deja la difference entre les trompes de chasse employees dans la Venerie et les cors de chasses employes au concert.
CORs often speak of constantly juggling competing priorities.
This week, local contractors David Lloyd Contractors are clearing years of sodden, dead vegetation from Cors Castell to breathe new life into this wetland and help ensure it doesn't dry out in summer.
Thomas was referring to an ancient legend, which describes the Toad of Cors Fochno as one of the oldest creatures in the world - but not quite as old as the Owl of Cwm Cawlyd.