|Easton's Bible Dictionary|
This Hebrew word, untranslated, denotes a round vessel used as a measure both for liquids and solids. It was equal to one homer, and contained ten ephahs in dry and ten baths in liquid measure (Ezek. 45:14). The Rabbins estimated the cor at forty-five gallons, while Josephus estimated it at about eighty-seven. In 1 Kings 4:22; 5:11; 2 Chronicles 2:10; 27:5, the original word is rendered "measure."
Noah Webster's Dictionary
(n.) A Hebrew measure of capacity; a homer.
Int. Standard Bible Encyclopedia
kor (kor): A liquid and dry measure, same as the homer, of about 90 gals. capacity (Ezekiel 45:14).
See HOMER; WEIGHTS AND MEASURES.
Cor (1 Occurrence)
Ezekiel 45:14 and the set portion of oil, of the bath of oil, the tenth part of a bath out of the cor, which is ten baths, even a homer; (for ten baths are a homer;) (WEB KJV JPS ASV BBE DBY WBS YLT RSV NIV)