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Wiktionary

  1. hornsnoun

    Plural form of horn.

The Standard Electrical Dictionary

  1. Horns

    The extensions of the pole pieces of a dynamo or motor. (See Following Horns-Leading Horns.) Synonym--Pole Tips.

Dictionary of Nautical Terms

  1. horns

    The points of the jaws of the booms. Also, the outer ends of the cross-trees. Also, two extreme points of land inclosing a bay.

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of horns in Chaldean Numerology is: 4

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of horns in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2

Examples of horns in a Sentence

  1. Jan Stejskal:

    We understand it is a natural thing for a rhino to have horns, we would love to keep them untouched. I was there during the procedure on Monday, and emotionally I didn't like it.

  2. Stormy Daniels:

    In Michigan, we dont pound our chests and blow our own horns -- we just get the job done. We suit up, show up, and get to work, we take responsibility.

  3. Jeffrey Vlaming:

    Dateline Mesopotamia, 3500 B.C. That's when the multi-faceted sounds we call music got its humble beginnings. It seems clappers were sent out the the fields to scare evil spirits away. These clappers started getting into the beat of their duty and, bingo, you got drums. From there, horns, strings, reeds, the whole orchestral gestalt. So, born in staving off death, music continues to nourish us in a variety of forms as different as the colors of the spectrum.

  4. Proverb:

    Write on one of the devil's horns, Good angel, and many will believe it.

  5. Susan Taing:

    The horn shape was obvious at first, because of gramophones and horns, but when you channel sound through a tube, it seems far away. So this telescope-looking one didn’t work out.

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