cor·nu noun \ˈkȯr-(ˌ)nü, -(ˌ)nyü\
plural cor·nua \-nü-ə, -nyü-\
Origin of CORNU
First Known Use: 1691
cor·nu noun \ˈkȯr-(ˌ)n(y)ü\ (Medical Dictionary)
: a horn-shaped anatomical structure (as either of the lateral divisions of a bicornuate uterus, one of the lateral processes of the hyoid bone, or one of the gray columns of the spinal cord)
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