A hard permanent outgrowth, often curved and pointed, found in pairs on the heads of cattle, sheep, goats, giraffes, etc., and consisting of a core of bone encased in keratinized skin
A woolly keratinized outgrowth, occurring singly or one behind another, on the snout of a rhinoceros
A deer's antler
A hornlike projection on the head of another animal, e.g., a snail's tentacle or the tuft of a horned owl
A pair of horns as an emblem of a cuckold
The substance of which horns are composed
powdered rhino horn
A receptacle or instrument made of horn, such as a drinking container or powder flask
A thing resembling or compared to a horn in shape
A horn-shaped projection
A sharp promontory or mountain peak
A raised projection on the pommel of a Western saddle
slung from the horn of his saddle was a leather bag
An arm or branch of a river or bay
The extremity of the moon or other crescent
vulgar. An erect penis
A wind instrument, conical in shape or wound into a spiral, originally made from an animal horn (now typically brass) and played by lip vibration
An instrument sounding a warning or other signal
a car horn
a noisemaker (as at parties or games) that makes a loud noise when you blow through it
stab or pierce with a horn or tusk; "the rhino horned the explorer"
one of the bony outgrowths on the heads of certain ungulates
a noise made by the driver of an automobile to give warning;
a high pommel of a Western saddle (usually metal covered with leather)
cornet: a brass musical instrument with a brilliant tone; has a narrow tube and a flared bell and is played by means of valves
In Norse mythology, Freyja (Old Norse the "Lady") is a goddess associated with love, beauty, fertility, gold, seiðr, war, and death. ...
A horn is a tapered sound guide designed to provide an acoustic impedance match between a sound source and free air. This has the effect of maximizing the efficiency with which sound waves from the particular source are transferred to the air. ...
A horn is a pointed projection of the skin on the head of various animals, consisting of a covering of horn (keratin and other proteins) surrounding a core of living bone. ...
The horn (Vietnamese dấu móc) is a diacritic mark attached to the top right corner of the letters o and u in the Vietnamese alphabet to give ơ and ư, unrounded variants of the vowel represented by the basic letter. ...
Bezirk Horn is a district of the state of Lower Austria in Austria.
The Kankas noble family, otherwise known as Horn, is a noble family from Finland of medieval frälse.
A hard growth of keratin that protrudes from the top of the head of certain animals; The hard substance from which animals' horns are made, sometimes used by man as a material for making various objects; Any of several musical wind instruments; An instrument resembling a musical horn and ...
(Horned) Applied to animals represented with horns of a different color from the animal itself, or from the proper color of the horns. For instance, a bull with red horns would be described as horned gules.
(Horns) Part of the case where the bracelet is attached by lugs or pins.
(Horns) Spearlike growths that protrude upward from the ends of the beards.
(10 horns) 10 kings (Rev 17:12)
(13. Horns) Except for the head, the horns are the last element to be attached to the fly. Horns were traditionally of Macaw tail feather barbs. ...
(HORNS) The end of the beard is elongated and uplifted to a point.
(HORNS) The forward projecting antennae of some special.
(HORNS) The jaws of booms. Also, the ends of cross-trees.
(HORNS) To draw in one’s horns; to retract an assertion through fear.
(Horns (Jokes)) Why do cows wear cowbells? Because their horns don't work.
(Horns (of ventricles)) ends of the lateral ventricles: frontal, temporal, occipital
(Horns) 1) Generic term for all wind instruments as in, 'Get your horns out and warm up!", 2) French horns, 3) The people who play French horns.