Meaning of ramicorn in English:

ramicorn

Pronunciation /ˈramɪkɔːn/

noun

Ornithology
  • A part of the horny sheath of a bird's bill that covers the lower part of the lower mandible (either one on each side, or fused into a single piece).

Origin

Mid 19th century; earliest use found in Elliott Coues (1842–1889), naturalist and historian. From ramus + -i- + classical Latin cornū horn.