Cabrit sans cor is a French phrase which translates to "goat without horn". The phrase should not be taken literally, because it has a specific meaning in the Vodoun religion (aka Voodoo) meaning human sacrifice. Voodoo gods or loa often demand sacrifices from humans in order to communicate with them. A goat, chicken or other small animal is typically used for this purpose. However, to demand a goat without horns means that the loa wants a human as a sacrifice. Therefore, when one intentionally uses the phrase "cabrit sans cor" in the correct context, it can signify human sacrifice.