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Corin is a character in the play 'As You Like It' by William Shakpeare.
-- Anonymous User  7/26/2005
Corin is pronounced COR-in.
-- MaidenOfGrace  7/31/2006
Corin is a character in C. S. Lewis's 'The Horse and His Boy.' He has a twin brother Cor.
-- Anonymous User  8/29/2006
Famous actor is Corin Nemec (Operation Dumbo Drop, Stargate SG1 series).
-- Lyric  10/14/2006
Corin Tucker is the lead singer and guitarist of Sleater-Kinney. In this case Corin is used as a feminine name.
-- mymymetrocard  11/12/2006
I know this is long shot, but if a typo occurs you could end up Corni. Just imagine a roll call: 'Corni? Is there a Corni here?' Otherwise, this name is rather lackluster.
-- Mackenzie Rudd  8/10/2007
Corin Redgrave (b. 1939) is an English actor.
-- Kate  9/14/2007
Well, if you spelled it with a Y instead of an I (so that you got Coryn), you'd have the name of an owl from Guardian's of Ga'Hoole. Coryn, in Guardians of Ga'Hoole, is the son of Kludd and Nyra, two very evil owls in the series. He was originally named Nyroc (the special name given to owls born during an eclipse), but changed his name to Coryn, because Coryn is Nyroc backwards. He later finds the Ember of Hoole and becomes the king of the Great Ga'Hoole Tree.
-- Pippin  5/7/2008
I think it's a really cool name, very original. It does sound rather similar to "Cory" or "Collin", though, and that's something that puts me off. It's way better than either of them, but still.
-- Black_X  7/17/2011
I've never heard of it used in France.
-- lillinparadise  3/4/2013
Not given in France.
-- luxsword  4/28/2014
My sister married a guy with this name, and she is in love with it. She's planning on naming her son that.
-- Anonymous User  5/11/2014

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