from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Having the mandibles large and palmate, or branched somewhat like the antlers of a stag; -- said of certain beetles.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having long serrate antennœ, as the longicorn beetle Acanthophorus serraticornis.
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In the largest and most singular species, named Elaphomia cervicornis or the stag-horned deer-fly, these horns are nearly as long as the body, having two branches, with two small snags near their bifurcation, so as to resemble the horns of a stag.
Trees with bunch disease may live for several years in a stag-horned or tufted condition.
The mansion was flanked by a pleasaunce or enclosure in one space, of garden and lawn, and it was surrounded by a solemn grove of stag-horned trees.