caducicorn

adjective
ca·du·ci·corn | \ kəˈd(y)üsəˌkȯrn \

Definition of caducicorn 

: having deciduous horns caducicorn deer

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First Known Use of caducicorn

circa 1895, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for caducicorn

caduci- (from Latin caducus falling) + -corn

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