The correct answer is horn of plenty.


A. small disk of light
B. resin used for varnish
C. horn of plenty
D. sheaf of corn

The correct answer is (C) The horn of plenty; a goat's horn represented in art as overflowing with flowers, fruit, and corn; a conical receptacle containing food, drink, or anything, in abundant, overflowing supply. The horn of the goat Amalthea, which suckled Jupiter.

Cornucopia comes from Latin (cornu [horn] + copiae [of plenty]).

Examples of use:

  • While recovering, she received a cornucopia of visitors, cards, and wishes.
  • The centerpiece of the display was a large cornucopia of flowers and fruit.

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