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chord1E major chord in opening bar of Edvard Grieg's Morgenstemningchord 1 (kôrd)n.1. Music A combination of three or more pitches sounded simultaneously.2. Harmony, as of color.v. chord·ed, chord·ing, chords v.intr. Music To play chords: She chorded up and down the neck of the guitar.v.tr.1. To play chords on: chorded the piano.2. To produce by playing musical chords; harmonize: chord a melody.[Alteration (influenced by chord, musical instrument string) of Middle English cord, from accord, agreement, from Old French acorde, from acorder, to agree; see accord.]Usage Note: The words chord and cord are often confused—and with good reason, for they are really three words, not two. There are two words spelled chord (listed as separate entries with homograph numbers in this dictionary). The first comes from the word accord and refers to a harmonious combination of three or more musical notes. The second is an alteration of cord, taking its spelling from Greek chorda, string, gut, by way of Latin. This is the mathematical chord—a line segment that joins two points on a curve. Cord itself means a string or rope. It has many extensions, as in an electrical cord and a cord of wood. When referring to anatomical structures, it can be spelled in