Where Did the Term Greenhorn Originate from?

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The term 'greenhorn' is thought to be originated from the 1400's and is related to cattle. A greenhorn in cattle is a cow with new, or green horns. The green refers to something brand new and growing green, not old and dried. A greenhorn human is someone that's new to something, such as a job.
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