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DYK could not be translated
This DYK is quite meaningless in your language.
Windy enough to take the oxes’ horns off
By mansuetus (Translasted by endoplasmicable) - Aug. 6, 2010   

This French expression has nothing to do with the Beaufort required to make our dear cattle’s horns fly away.


It references a time when horns of cattle were removed only on very windy days. The wind kept the flies at bay, thus limiting the risk of infection.


Expressio.fr – Un vent à décorner les boeufs (FR)

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mansuetus - Aug. 6, 2010 - 17:15 - (link to the comment)

The french expression, in french, is :
“Un vent à décorner les boeufs”

You use it when it is quite windy