The horn of plenty, from which fruits and flowers are represented as issuing. It is an emblem of abundance.
- A goat's horn overflowing with fruit, flowers, and grain, signifying prosperity. Also called horn of plenty.
- 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.
- A cone-shaped ornament or receptacle.
- An overflowing store; an abundance: a cornucopia of employment opportunities.