Capricorne etymology

French word Capricorne comes from Latin capra (A she-goat. The odor of armpits.), Latin cornu

Detailed word origin of Capricorne

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
capra Latin (lat) A she-goat. The odor of armpits.
cornu Latin (lat) (figuratively) power, strength, might. (musical instruments) a horn as a musical instrument. A horn, antler. A tusk. An arm or wing of an army. Any substance like the material of a horn, such as the bill of a bird. The end of a book or scroll, usually made of ivory. The horns of the moon.
unicornio Latin (lat)
Capricorne French (fra) Capricorn (constellation). Capricorn (star sign) Capricorn (someone born with a Capricorn star sign).

Words with the same origin as Capricorne

Descendants of capra
Chevrolet cabriole caprin chevreau chevrette chevreuil chevrier chevrotain chevrotant chevroter chèvre
Descendants of cornu
cor cornet cornichon cornée licorne