The Collaborative International Dictionary
Corah \Co"rah\, n. [Hind. k[=o]r[=a] virgin, plain.] Plain; undyed; -- applied to Indian silk. -- n. Corah silk.
Corah may refer to:
N. Corah & Sons, Leicester hosiery and textiles company
- Nathaniel Corah (1777–1831), founder of N. Corah & Sons
Usage examples of "corah".
Face grim, Knucklebones called and the children, trained to run at the first sign of trouble, came creeping from the shadows: Corah, crying over her dead father, the topknotted twins Aba and Zykta, Rolon dragging his weighted chain as if it were too heavy for him.
Sunbright stared, disbelieving, as even tiny Corah left her dead father and dug in the bed they'd shared.
So also in the question between Moses, and the People, who had the Right of Governing the People, when Corah, Dathan, and Abiram, and two hundred and fifty Princes of the Assembly gathered themselves together (Numb.
God caused the Earth to swallow Corah, Dathan, and Abiram with their wives and children alive, and consumed those two hundred and fifty Princes with fire.