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cor'nu-co'pi-a (n),

1.
A goat's horn overflowing with fruit, flowers and grain, signifying prosperity. Also called horn of plenty.

2. Greek Mythology
. The horn of the goat that suckled Zeus, which broke off and became filled with fruit. In folklore, it became full of whatever its owner desired.

3.
A cone-shaped ornament or receptacle.

4.
An overflowing store, an abundance; a cornucopia of employment opportunities.