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cornucopia definition

  • noun:
    • A goat's horn filled with fresh fruit, flowers, and whole grain, signifying prosperity. Also called horn of lots.
    • Greek Mythology The horn associated with the goat that suckled Zeus, which broke down and became filled with fruit. In folklore, it became saturated in whatever its owner desired.
    • A cone-shaped decoration or receptacle.
    • An overflowing store; a large amount: a cornucopia of job opportunities.
    • A goat's horn constantly full of fresh fruit, flowers and whole grain; or packed with whatever its owner desired.
    • A hollow horn- or cone-shaped object, full of delicious or useful things.
    • a large amount or plentiful offer.
    • The horn of plenty, from which fruits and plants tend to be represented as providing. Its an emblem of abundance.
    • A genus of grasses bearing spikes of blossoms resembling the cornucopia in kind.
    • In ancient antiquity, the horn of plenty (which see, under horn).
    • Hence A horn-shaped or conical vessel or receptacle; specifically, such a vessel of paper or any other product, filled or to be full of peanuts or sweetmeats.
    • [capitalized] [NL.] A genus of grasses whoever surges resemble the cornucopia in kind.
    • An extension of the choroid plexus into each horizontal recess of this 4th ventricle associated with mind.
    • a goat's horn full of whole grain and blossoms and fresh fruit symbolizing success
    • the house of being exceedingly abundant
    • A goat's horn full of good fresh fruit, blossoms, and grain, signifying prosperity. Also referred to as horn of plenty.
    • Greek Mythology The horn associated with goat that suckled Zeus, which smashed down and became filled with fresh fruit. In folklore, it became filled with whatever its owner desired.
    • A cone-shaped ornament or receptacle.
    • An overflowing shop; an abundance: a cornucopia of job opportunities.
    • A goat's horn endlessly filled with fruit, flowers and grain; or packed with whatever its owner wished.
    • A hollow horn- or cone-shaped object, filled with delicious or helpful things.
    • plenty or plentiful supply.
    • The horn of plenty, that fruits and blossoms are represented as providing. It's an emblem of variety.
    • A genus of grasses bearing surges of plants resembling the cornucopia in type.
    • In traditional antiquity, the horn of plenty (which see, under horn).
    • Hence A horn-shaped or conical vessel or receptacle; specifically, such a vessel of report or any other material, filled or even be filled with peanuts or sweetmeats.
    • [capitalized] [NL.] A genus of grasses whoever surges resemble the cornucopia in type.
    • An extension associated with choroid plexus into each horizontal recess of this fourth ventricle of the mind.
    • a goat's horn filled with whole grain and blossoms and fresh fruit symbolizing prosperity
    • the house of being incredibly abundant
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