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(Latin: horn, horny)

bicorn
Capricorn (s) (noun) (no plural)
1. In astrology, the tenth sign of the zodiac, represented by a goat with a fish's tail and extending from December 22 to January 19.

Capricorn is classified as an earth sign, and its ruling planet is Saturn.

2. In astronomy, a faint zodiacal constellation in the equatorial region of the southern hemisphere, lying between Aquarius and Sagittarius.
cervicorn
clavicorn (adjective)
Having club-shaped antennae
corn
cornea
The clear front window of the eyes that transmits and focuses light into the eyes.

Although the cornea is clear and seems to lack substance, it is a highly organized group of cells and proteins.

Unlike most tissues in the body, the cornea contains no blood vessels to nourish or protect it against infection. Instead, the cornea receives its nourishment from the tears and aqueous humor that fills the chamber behind it.

The cornea must remain transparent to refract light properly, and the presence of even the tiniest blood vessels can interfere with this process.

To see well, all layers of the cornea must be free of any cloudy or opaque areas.

corneous
Horny, hornlike.
corniculum
cornification
corniform
corniplume
A hornlike tuft of feathers on the head of some birds.
cornu
cornucopia (s) (noun), cornucopias (pl)
1. A great abundance of something; a representation of a horn, used as a symbol of plenty.
2. A painting or other representation of a goat's horn overflowing with fruits, flowers, and vegetables; used to symbolize "plenty" or "prosperity".
3. Etymology: in Greek mythology, a goat's horn that filled itself with whatever food or drink its owner requested.

Some legends designate it as a horn of the river god Achelous, others as a horn of the goat Amalthaea. It is often represented as filled with fruits and flowers and has become the symbol of abundance.

cornule
cornulite