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CARO
(L) flesh
carnage
n. the killing of many people; massacre (sometimes used metaphorically)
carnal
adj. #1. relating to the desires and appetites of flesh; sensual and sexual

#2. earthly, not holy
carrion
n. dead or decaying flesh

adj. pertaining to dead flesh
incarnate
adj. embodied in human form
COLLUM
(L) neck
accolade
n. #1. any honor, award, or expression of approval

#2. a ceremonial tap on the shoulder (dub) with the flat side of a sword
decolletage
n. a low neckline or a garment with such a neckline
CORPUS
(L) body
corporal
adj. relating to or having an effect on the human body
corporeal
adj. #1. characteristic of or resembling the physical body

#2. having material substance, able to be seen
corps
n. (plural) #1. a military organization of officers or of officers and enlistees

#2. an army unit

#3. a group of people having purpose and direction in common
corpulent
adj. excessively bulky, fat
corpus
n. #1. a body or collection of writings

#2. a structure of a special character in an animal body
COR
(L) heart
accord
n. harmony; agreement

v. #1. to grant or bestow upon

#2. to agree
cordial
adj. #1. hearty; warm; sincere

#2. stimulating

n. a liquor
concordance
n. #1. a state of agreement; harmony

#2. an alphabetical index of all the words used in a text or corpus of texts, showing every word without exception
OS
(L) bone
ossify
v. to turn into bone

#2. to become rigid (in behavior, habits, or beliefs