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tri·corn

(trī'kōrn),
1. One of the lateral ventricles of the brain.
2. Synonym(s): tricornute
3. Having three corners.
[tri- + L. cornu, horn]

tricorn

An obsolete term that formerly dignified each paired lateral ventricle of the brain, as each has three horns (cornua).
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