Definition of Corozos

1. corozo [n] - See also: corozo



Corozos Pictures

Click the following link to bring up a new window with an automated collection of images related to the term: Corozos Images

Lexicographical Neighbors of Corozos

coroplast
coroplastic
corotate
corotated
corotates
corotating
corotation
corotational
corotations
coroun
corouns
coroutine
coroutines
corozo
corozo palm
corozos (current term)
corp
corp.
corp2corp
corpectomies
corpectomy
corpes
corphyrin
corphyrins
corpocracies
corpocracy
corpora
corpora allata
corpora arenacea
corpora bigemina

Literary usage of Corozos

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The American Naturalist by American Society of Naturalists, Essex Institute (1903)
"Guerin publishes, in the Journal d'Agriculture Tropicale of June 30. an interesting account of the oil palms of Guatemala known as corozos, those of the ..."

2. New Granada: Twenty Months in the Andes by Isaac Farwell Holton (1857)
"The negritas set themselves to playing at marbles with corozos, the seed of a thorny palm, in the front corredor. A peasant from a little distance comes to ..."

3. Journal de jurisprudence commerciale et maritime (1856)
"Attendu que, de 5 parties de corozos, chargées sur la Fortune, 3 étaient en grenier, et a. en sacs, l'une de i0^ sacs marques G, et l'autre de 74 sacs ..."

4. Technologisches Wörterbuch in englischer und deutscher Sprache: Die Wörter by Gustav Eger, Otto Brandes (1884)
"... ti. ivory-nut, corozos-nut; ... n. powdered or ground corozos-nuts. meal of ivory-nuts; •—papier, ..."

Other Resources Relating to: Corozos

Search for Corozos on Dictionary.com!Search for Corozos on Thesaurus.com!Search for Corozos on Google!Search for Corozos on Wikipedia!

Search