Botany, Zoology. having two horns or hornlike parts.
shaped like a crescent.
(in early French and English literature) a mythical animal, usually depicted as a grotesquely fat beast, that existed solely by devouring virtuous husbands.
a two-cornered cocked hat worn especially in the 18th and early 19th centuries.
a two-horned animal.
Historical Examples

Shaman Robert Shea

having two horns or hornlike parts


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