Definition of beckiron
: a horned anvil; especially : a cooper's anvil used in clinching nails or rivets
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Origin and Etymology of beckiron
by folk etymology from earlier bickern, from bycorne, from Middle French bigorne, from (assumed) Vulgar Latin bicornia, from Latin bicornis with two horns — more at bicorn
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