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cornucopia (n.)

"horn of plenty," ancient emblem of fruitfulness and abundance, 1590s, from Late Latin cornucopia, in classical Latin cornu copiae "horn of plenty," originally the horn of the goat Amalthea, who nurtured the infant Zeus. See horn (n.) and copious. Related: Cornucopian.

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Definitions of cornucopia

cornucopia (n.)
a goat's horn filled with grain and flowers and fruit symbolizing prosperity;
Synonyms: horn of plenty
cornucopia (n.)
the property of being extremely abundant;
Synonyms: profusion / profuseness / richness
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