Longicorn meaning

lŏn'jĭ-kôrn'
Having long antennae.
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Of or relating to the longhorn beetles.
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Having long feelers, or antennae, as the long-horned beetles.
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(zoology) Long-horned.
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(zoology) Of or relating to the Cerambycidae (longhorn beetles).
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One of the Cerambycidae (longhorn beetles).
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Origin of longicorn

  • From New Latin Longicornia former group name Latin longus long longitude Latin cornū horn ker-1 in Indo-European roots
    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
  • From Latin longus (“long") + cornu (“horn"). Compare French longicorne.
    From Wiktionary