Corda

Corda may refer to:

  • August Carl Joseph Corda (1809-1849), a Czech physician and mycologist
  • María Corda (1898-1976), a Hungarian actress and novelist who was the first wife of film director Alexander Korda
  • Corda Formation, a Mesozoic geologic formation
  • Corda River, a river of Maranhão state in northeastern Brazil
  • Barra do Corda, a town in the state of Maranhão in northeastern Brazil
  • Escala i corda, a Catalan ball game
  • La corda d'acciaio, a 1953 French-Italian film directed by Carlo Borghesio
  • La Corda d'Oro, a role-playing game also known as Kin-iro no Koruda
  • Sursum Corda (disambiguation)

CORDA may refer to:

  • CORDA Ltd, a defunct trading name for CORDA (UK)
  • CORDA (UK), a British company doing operational research or operational analysis
  • CORDA (US), an American company that makes data visualisation software
  • Coronary Artery Disease Research Association, a British charity that supports clinical research into the prevention of cardiovascular disease (heart attacks and strokes) through development and application of non-invasive methods

See also

  • Korda (disambiguation)
  • Cordas (disambiguation)

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  • Corda — ist der Name folgender Personen: Alfredo Corda (1922–1978), Schweizer Tenor August Karl Joseph Corda (1809–1849), deutscher Botaniker María Corda (eigentlich Mária Antónia Farkas, auch Maria Korda; 1898–1976), ungarischer Stummfilmstar in… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • corda — / kɔrda/ s.f. [dal lat. chorda, gr. khordés corda di minugia , poi corda in genere]. 1. a. [fascio di fibre vegetali o di fili metallici, atto a sopportare sforzi di trazione, usato per legature e imballaggi e per sollevare, sostenere o… …   Enciclopedia Italiana

  • corda — s. f. 1. Reunião de fios de cânhamo ou de qualquer matéria filamentosa ou flexível torcidos juntos. 2. Fio de tripa ou latão para instrumentos musicais de corda. 3.  [Figurado] Enfiada, série. 4.  [Geometria] Linha reta (menor que o diâmetro) que …   Dicionário da Língua Portuguesa

  • corda — (del cat. «corda», cuerda) f. Estar a la corda. Estar a la capa. * * * corda. (Del cat. corda, cuerda). estar a la corda. fr. Mar. capear …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • corda — (Del cat. corda, cuerda). estar a la corda. fr. Mar. capear …   Diccionario de la lengua española

  • Corda — (ital.), Saite: una corda (»eine Saite«) oder due corde (»zwei Saiten«) bedeutet in der Klaviermusik Gebrauch der Verschiebung (s. Pedal) …   Kleines Konversations-Lexikon

  • čorda — čȏrda ž DEFINICIJA reg. krdo ONOMASTIKA pr. (prema zanimanju): Čȏrda (Slavonija), Čòrdāš (220, Prigorje, I Slavonija), Čòrdašev (Podravina), Čordášević, Čòrdašić (160, I Slavonija) ETIMOLOGIJA mađ. csorda …   Hrvatski jezični portal

  • ćorda — ćȏrda ž <G mn ā/ ī> DEFINICIJA pov. jez. knjiž. turska zakrivljena sablja; sablja kao tipično tursko hladno oružje ONOMASTIKA pr.: Ćȏrda (Vojnić), Ćòrdāš (Banovina), Ćórdić (Županja) ETIMOLOGIJA tur. görda: vrsta sablje ≃ kürde: veliki… …   Hrvatski jezični portal

  • Corda [1] — Corda (lat., Mehrzahl von Cor), Herzen; so: C, marīna (Petref.), so v. w. Ova marina, eine Art fossiler Seeigel (vgl. Echiniten) …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Corda [2] — Corda (a. Geogr.), Stadt der Selgovä in Britannia barbara (Caledonien); jetzt Old Cumnock …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon


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