noun /kənˈkɔːrdəns/
  1. [countable] an alphabetical list of the words used in a book, etc. showing where and how often they are used
    • a Bible concordance
  2. [countable] a list produced by a computer that shows all the examples of an individual word in a book, etc.
  3. [uncountable] (specialist) the state of being similar to something or consistent with it
    • There is reasonable concordance between the two sets of results.
Origin: late Middle English: from Old French, from medieval Latin concordantia, from concordant- ‘being of one mind’, from the verb concordare, from con- ‘together’ + cor, cord- ‘heart’.

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