Bicorn

• (a.) Alt. of Bicornous
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bicorn

bicorned adjective having two horns or horn-shaped parts; `a bicornuate uterus`
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Bicorn

[monster] Bicorn is a mythological creature. ==Mythology== It is a two-horned creature (often described as a part-panther part-cow creature with a human-like face) that has the reputation of devouring kind-hearted and devoted husbands, and is thus plump and well fed. Its counterpart is the Chichevache, which devours only obedient wives and ...
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bicorn

having two horns or points
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Bicorn

In English folklore, the Bicorn was a monster that fed on husbands bullied and commanded by their wives. According to lore, the Bicorn was fat and well fed. A rival beast, the Chichevache fed on obedient wives, but unlike its rival it was thin and emancipated.
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bicorn

[adj] - having two horns or horn-shaped parts 2. [n] - a cocked hat with the brim turned up to form two points
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