[ kawr-noot, -nyoot ]
/ kɔrˈnut, -ˈnyut /
verb (used with object), cor·nut·ed, cor·nut·ing.
Archaic. to cuckold.
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Origin of cornute
1590–1600; <Latin cornūtus horned, equivalent to cornūhorn + -tus adj. suffix
Words nearby cornute
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British Dictionary definitions for cornute
/ (kɔːˈnjuːt) /
biology having or resembling cornua; hornlikethe cornute process of a bone
Word Origin for cornute
C17: from Latin cornūtus horned, from cornū horn
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