horn englannista suomeksi
merkinantotorvi, signaalitorvi, äänitorvi
Any similar real or imaginary growth or projection such as the elongated tusk of a narwhal, the eyestalk of a snail, the pointed growth on the nose of a rhinoceros, or the hornlike projection on the head of a demon or similar.
(senseid) An antler.
(senseid) The hard substance from which animals' horns are made, sometimes used by man as a material for making various objects.
1775, (w), ''The Poems of Mr. Gray. To which are prefixed Memoirs of his Life and Writings by W. Mason.''
The high pommel of a saddle; also, either of the projections on a lady's saddle for supporting the leg.
A curved projection on the fore part of a plane.
- (quote) caught hold on the horns of the altar
(senseid) An instrument resembling a musical horn and used to signal others.
A loud alarm, especially one on a motor vehicle.
A sound signaling the expiration of time.
''The shot was after the horn and therefore did not count.''
(senseid) Generally, any brass wind instrument.
(senseid) A telephone.
(syn)|and bone (q)|phone
An erection of the penis.
(senseid) A peninsula or crescent-shaped tract of land.
An incurved, tapering and pointed appendage found in the flowers of the milkweed ((m)).
To assault with the horns.
To furnish with horns.
A (l) (gloss):
A horn or a similar growth in fantasy, religion, or mythology.
The metaphorical horn of one who performs cuckoldry.
A heraldic depiction of a horn.
A jutting or projecting extremity of something, especially one resembling a horn:
One of the two points of a moon that is less than half waxed.
One of the two points of a women's hairstyle involving projecting points.
A horn-shaped bodily passage or chamber.
A (l) (gloss)
A horn-shaped container, especially one used like a glass.
A half or section of an army, troop, or band.
Bovids which are horned as a collective.
(topics) (horn-shaped) gable
(l) (of an animal)
(l) (to drink from)
(l) (musical instrument)