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cornute

[kawr-noot, -nyoot]
verb (used with object), cornuted, cornuting.
1.
Archaic. to cuckold.
adjective

Origin:
1590–1600; < Latin cornūtus horned, equivalent to cornū horn + -tus adj. suffix

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cornute or cornuted (kɔːˈnjuːt)
 
adj
biology having or resembling cornua; hornlike: the cornute process of a bone
 
[C17: from Latin cornūtus horned, from cornūhorn]
 
cornuted or cornuted
 
adj
 
[C17: from Latin cornūtus horned, from cornūhorn]

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The peridium was cornuted, lacerating at the apex, and whitish to brownish.
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