1) Wood stacked in cords or piles, intended as fuel for the wood collier.
1572-5 Makynge of cordewood and charcolle, Esholt
1638-9 who present … a man for stealing cordword [sic], Helmsley
1672 to cole, take & carry away the cordewood that shall arise, Tong
1766 all the bark, cordwood, rammel and brushwood to the said Trees … belonging, Fixby.