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(Greek: khorde, "gut string" [of a lyre]; used in an extended sense to mean "sinew, flexible rod-shaped organ, string, cord"; Latin: chorda, "related notes in music, string of a musical instrument, cat-gut" via Old French, corde, "rope, string, twist, cord")
Word Entries containing the term: “corde
Aliud corde premunt, aliud ore promunt.
One thing they conceal in the heart, they disclose another with the mouth.

Another version is, "No use trying to keep a secret." A warning that when more than one person knows something, it is no longer a secret because there is usually someone who will talk about it.

Beati mundi corde.
Blessed are the pure in heart.

Motto of Lancing College, U.K.; from the New Testament: Matthew 5:8.