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longicorn

adjective lon·gi·corn \ˈlän-jə-ˌkrn\

Definition of LONGICORN

1
:  of, relating to, or being long-horned beetles
2
:  having long antennae
longicorn noun

Origin of LONGICORN

ultimately from Latin longus long + cornu horn — more at horn
First Known Use: circa 1848

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