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horn

noun /hoːn/
a hard object which grows (usually in pairs) on the head of a cow, sheep etc
cuerno, asta
A ram has horns.
the material of which this is made
cuerno, carey
The spoons are made of horn (also adjective) horn spoons.
something which is made of horn
cuerno
a shoehorn.
something which looks like a horn in shape
cuerno
a snail’s horns.
the apparatus in a car etc which gives a warning sound
bocina, claxon
The driver blew his horn.
an instrument, formerly an animal’s horn but now made of brass, that is blown to produce a musical sound
cuerno, trompa
a hunting horn.
(also French horn) the type of coiled brass horn that is played in orchestras etc.
cuerno, trompa
horned adjective having a horn or horns
con cuernos, cornudo
a horned animal.
-horned
de cuernos
a long-horned antelope.
horny adjective ( comparative hornier, superlative horniest) like horn
córneo
a horny substance.
as hard as horn
calloso
horny hands.
(slang) sexually excited; easily aroused sexually
cachondo
She was feeling horny.
(Definition of horn from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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