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Corʹanach

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or Coronach. Lamentation for the dead, as anciently practised in Ireland and Celtic Scotland. (Gaelic, comh rànaich, crying together.) Pennant says it was called by the Irish hululoo.

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Copts
Copus
Copy
Copyhold Estate
Copyright
Coq-à-lâne
Corah
Coral Beads
Coral Master
Coram Judice (Latin)
Coranach
Corbant
Corbeaux
Corcēca [Blind-heart]
Corcyrean Sedition (The)
Cordelia
Cordelia’s Gift
Cordeliers
Cordeliers (The)
Cordon (The)
Cordon (Un grand)

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