Cothurn

Definition of Cothurn

Co´thurn   Pronunciation: k?´th?rn
n.1.A buskin anciently used by tragic actors on the stage; hence, tragedy in general.
The moment had arrived when it was thought that the mask and the cothurn might be assumed with effect.
- Motley.
Word:

Browse

Coston lights
Costotome
Costrel
Costume
Costumer
costusroot
Cosupreme
Cosurety
Cosy
Cot
Cotangent
Cotarnine
Cote
Coteau
Cotemporaneous
Cotemporary
Cotenant
Coterie
Coterminous
Cotgare
-Cothurn-
Cothurnate
Cothurnus
Coticular
Cotidal
Cotidal lines
Cotillon
Cotinga
Cotise
Cotised
Cotland
Cotquean
Cotqueanity
Cotrustee
Cotswold
Cotswold sheep
Cotta
Cottage
Cottage allotment
Cottage cheese
Cottaged
# A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

© 2014 Delaflex, Inc.Dictionary Home