cornific

cornific

(kɔːˈnɪfɪk)
adj
producing horns
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The tree with the cornific apples--both golden, in the play--is planted by Vice, who is horned; and she specifically associates the apples with lechery, for if she 'Can win some amorous foole to wanton here, | And taste the fruite of this alluring tree, | Thus shall his sawcie browes adorned bee' (ll.
2328) is echoed by Andolosia's feeling 'a suddain pain in his head' when he eats the cornific apples (1682, p.