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bicornuate

 [bi-kor´nu-āt]
having two horns or having horn-shaped branches (cornua).

bicornate

/bi·cor·nate/ (-kor´nāt) bicornuate.

bicornate

[bīkôr′nāt]
Etymology: L, bis + cornu, horn
having two horns or processes.

bicornate

adjective Having or referring to two horns; bicornuate.

bi·cor·nous

, bicornuate , bicornate (bī-kōr'nŭs, -nū-āt, -nāt)
Two-horned; having two processes or projections.
[bi- + L. cornu, horn]

bi·cor·nous

, bicornuate , bicornate (bī-kōr'nŭs, -nū-āt, -nāt)
Two-horned; having two processes or projections.
[bi- + L. cornu, horn]

bicornate, bicornuate, bicornual

having two horns or cornua, e.g. bicornuate uterus.
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bicornis with Arachnomimus alboannulatus Piza, 1960, and proposed the new combination E.
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1999), which Horne incorrectly gave the trivial name bicornis.
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