bicorn

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adjective bi·corn \ˈbī-ˌkȯrn\
variants: or

bicorned

\ˈbī-ˌkȯrnd\ less commonly

bicornous

\(ˈ)bī-¦kȯr-nəs\

Definition of bicorn

  1. :  two-horned :  like a crescent

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Origin and Etymology of bicorn

bicorn from Latin bicornis, from bi- 1bi- + -cornis (from cornu horn); bicorned from Latin bicornis + English -ed; bicornous from Latin bicornis + English -ous — more at horn


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