from medieval Latin dulcarnon, corrupted from Arabic ðū'lqarnayn two-horned, bicornis, cornutus; lit. ‘lord or possessor of the two horns’
From: Notes and Queries:
A Medium of Intercommunication for Literary Men, General Readers, Etc.
Seventh Series - Volume Fourth. July-December 1887
By William White
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