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Definition of Cordovans
1. cordovan [n] - See also: cordovan
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cordovans
Literary usage of Cordovans
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Letters, Descriptive of Public Monuments, Scenery, and Manners in France and by Mrs Caroline Elizabeth Wilde Cushing, Caroline Elizabeth Cushing (1832)
"Idleness of the cordovans. WE took lodgings in Cordova at the Fonda del Puente, a house agreeably situated near the Guadalquivir, and within a very short ..."
2. The Craftsman by Gustav Stickley (1907)
"Jehan de Garlande, author of a Latin dictionary composed in 1080, mentions cordovans as first manufactured at Cordova in the eleventh century. ..."
3. History of the Moorish Empire in Europe by Samuel Parsons Scott (1904)
"In their extremity, the cordovans had repeatedly implored Mohammed- Ibn-Hud, whose army was encamped at Ecija, to raise the siege before more Castilian ..."
4. A Collection of Treaties, Engagements, and Sanads Relating to India and by India Foreign and Political Dept (1892)
"That on the goods purchased by the aforesaid nation at Aleppo, there should be paid for transport duty, on every bale of unbleached linen, cordovans, ..."