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u·ni·cor·nous

, unicornuateunicornate (yū'ni-kōr'nŭs, -nū-āte, -nāte),
Having one horn, or cornu.
Synonym(s): unicorn
[L. unicornis, fr. uni- + cornu, horn]

unicorn

Gynaecology
adjective Unicornate.
 
Sexology
noun A a single female, bi- or heterosexual, who is willing to have sex with a couple, and who is not a prostitute.

Vox populi
noun A mythical animal resembling a horse, with a single spiralled horn from its forehead.

unicorn

, unicornous (ū′nĭ-korn) (ū-nĭ-kor′ nŭs) [″ + cornu, horn]
Having a single cornu or horn. Women with a unicornous uterus are at higher risk for repeated pregnancy loss.
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