Definition of corrody in English:


Line breaks: cor|rody
Pronunciation: /ˈkɒrədi/

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noun (plural corrodies)

A pension or provision for maintenance, especially as given regularly by a religious house.


late Middle English: from Anglo-Norman French corodie, from a Romance word meaning 'preparation'.

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