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rhinoceros

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"Rhinoceros" is a noun originating from mid 14th-century Latin term "Rhinoceros," derived from Greek "rhinokeros," which means "nose-horned." It denotes a large, herbivorous mammal known for its thick skin and one or two horn-like growths on its snout. It's likely the only context where "nose horn" doesn't mean a weird medical condition.
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