A symbol of abundance and prosperity, typically depicted as a horn-shaped basket overflowing with fruits, flowers, and other resources.
Derived from the latin word 'cornu copiae', meaning 'horn of plenty'.
- The cornucopia was the centerpiece of the Thanksgiving table, reminding the guests of the abundance they had to be thankful for.
- The image of the cornucopia is often used in advertising to evoke feelings of abundance and prosperity.
- The cornucopia symbolized the bounty of the harvest, and was used in ancient festivals to celebrate the fertility of the land.
- The cornucopia was made of gold and adorned with precious gems, symbolizing the wealth and prosperity of the kingdom.
- The cornucopia was overflowing with all kinds of fruits, nuts, and other goodies, reflecting the abundance of the season.