n.1.(Zool.) The hard parts or skeleton of various Anthozoa, and of a few Hydrozoa. Similar structures are also formed by some Bryozoa.
2.The ovaries of a cooked lobster; - so called from their color.
3.A piece of coral, usually fitted with small bells and other appurtenances, used by children as a plaything.
Brain coral
See under Brain.
Chain coral
See under Chain.
Coral animal
(Zool.) one of the polyps by which corals are formed. They are often very erroneously called coral insects.
Coral fish
See in the Vocabulary.
Coral reefs
(Phys. Geog.) reefs, often of great extent, made up chiefly of fragments of corals, coral sands, and the solid limestone resulting from their consolidation. They are classed as fringing reefs, when they border the land; barrier reefs, when separated from the shore by a broad belt of water; atolls, when they constitute separate islands, usually inclosing a lagoon. See Atoll.
Coral root
(Bot.) a genus (Corallorhiza) of orchideous plants, of a yellowish or brownish red color, parasitic on roots of other plants, and having curious jointed or knotted roots not unlike some kinds of coral. See Illust. under Coralloid.
Coral snake
a - (Zo) A small, venomous, Brazilian snake (Elaps corallinus), coral-red, with black bands.
b - A small, harmless, South American snake (Tortrix scytale).
Coral tree
(Bot.) a tropical, leguminous plant, of several species, with showy, scarlet blossoms and coral-red seeds. The best known is Erythrina Corallodendron.
Coral wood
a hard, red cabinet wood.
- McElrath.
Noun1.coral - a variable color averaging a deep pink
2.coral - the hard stony skeleton of a Mediterranean coral that has a delicate red or pink color and is used for jewelry
3.coral - unfertilized lobster roe; reddens in cooking; used as garnish or to color sauces
4.coral - marine colonial polyp characterized by a calcareous skeleton; masses in a variety of shapes often forming reefs
Adj.1.coral - of a strong pink to yellowish-pink color
1.CORAL - Class Oriented Ring Associated Language.
2.CORAL - A deductive database and logic programming system based on Horn-clause rules with extensions like SQL's group-by and aggregation operators. CORAL was developed at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. It is implemented in C++ and has a Prolog-like syntax.

Many evaluation techniques are supported, including bottom-up fixpoint evaluation and top-down backtracking. Modules are separately compiled; different evaluation methods can be used in different modules within a single program. Disk-resident data is supported via an interface to the Exodus storage manager. There is an on-line help facility. It requires AT&T C++ 2.0 (or G++ soon) and runs on Decstation and Sun-4.

To see coral in your dream, symbolizes the beauty of life. Acknowledging your feelings is the key to a happy and rewarding life. Alternatively, it represents purification and blood.chromatic
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coraciiform bird
Coragyps atratus
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