A word in Italian from the later 1500's corridoreliterally a runner or a place for running. Was connected in earlier times to fortifications, or a long gallery
That is the proper spelling of the word "corridor" (hallway, passageway).
The word corridor is a noun. It is a narrow passage with rooms leading off from it.
The bathroom is down the main hall next to the eastern corridor.
"le couloir". The word corridor does exist in French, but is rarely used. Corridor is translated either couloir or corridor in French. Couloir is by far the most used.
No, the word 'corridor' is a common noun, a word for any corridor of any kind, anywhere.A proper noun is the name of a specific person, place, thing, or a title; for example:Corridor Way, Coralville, IA or Corridor Street, San Diego, CACorridor Medical Clinic, San Marcos, TXThe Corridor Gallery (art gallery and event venue), Casper, WY"Corridor of Storms", a novel by William Sarabande
If a hall is corridor in English, it's corridor in french. If it's room in English it's salle in french.
From the Latin word "currere".
According to Random House Dictionary corridor was Tuscan (Upper Italian) then middle French during the 1500's.
clearing, corridor, passage, opening
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Italian 'corridore', a running-place.
The corridor was brightly lit.She walked down the dark corridor.My doctor's office was located down a long corridor.
the origin is where the word came from but the specific origin of the word ballot is latin root word.
The word "origin" is derived from the French word "origin" and the Latin word "originem," both of which mean, beginning, descent, birth, and rise.
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Italian because Germans suck
The man swaggered down the corridor.
The corridors in this building are made of stone.
There is no such word as diaster and so no origin word.
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