Co*tid"al(k?-t?d"al), a. Marking an equality in the tides; having high tide at the same time.
(Phys. Geog.), lines on a map passing through places that have high tide at the same time.
Co`til`lon"(k`t`yN" or k`tl`-; 277),
Co*til"lion(k*tl"yn), } n. [F. cotillon, fr. OF. cote coat, LL. cotta tunic. See Coat.] 1. A brisk dance, performed by eight persons; a quadrille.
2. A tune which regulates the dance.
3. A kind of woolen material for women's skirts.
4. A formal ball, especially one at which debutantes are first presented to society.
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Co*tin"ga(k*t"g), n. [Native South American name.] (Zol.) A bird of the family Cotingid, including numerous bright-colored South American species; -- called also chatterers.
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