Cavicornia

Definition of Cavicornia

Cav`i`cor´ni`a   Pronunciation: kăv`ĭ`kôr´nĭ`å
n. pl.1.(Zool.) A group of ruminants whose horns are hollow, and planted on a bony process of the front, as the ox.
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Cave
Cave bear
Cave dweller
Cave hyena
Cave lion
Caveat
Caveat emptor
Caveating
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Caverned
Cavernous
Cavernous body
Cavernous respiration
Cavernulous
Cavesson
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Caviar
Cavicorn
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Caviler
Caviling
Cavilingly
Cavillation
Cavilous
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Cavo-relievo
Cavo-rilievo
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Cavy
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