horn
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horn
Add:I. the horn of an animal Swýþor þonne æþele cealf, þeáh þe him upp ágá horn on heáfde super vitulum novellum cornua producentem , Ps. Th. 68, 32. Hé geseah ánne ramm betwux þám brémelum be þám hornum gehæft, Gen. 22, 13. Úr feohteð mid hornum, Rún. 2. Atol deór monig írenum hornum, Sal. 470. I a. Fearres horn gebrǽdedne tó acsan, 366, 9. v. cú-, wesend-horn. II. horn as emblem of power and might (Biblical use) Hé ús hǽle horn árǽrde, Lk. i. 69. Ealle hornas synfulra ic tóbrece and beóð úp áhefen hornas ryhtwíses, Ps. Rdr. 74, II. Ic cwæð tó ðǽm ðe syngodon: ' Ne hebbe gé tó úp eówre hornas. ' Ðonne áhebbað ðá synfullan swíðe úp hira hornas, ðonne hí hí nǽfre nyllað geeáðmédan . . . , Past. 425, 21-24. III. a vessel formed from a horn, 1. a drinking-horn, v. drync(e)-, wín-horn; and cf. Contulit magno regi duo cornua (or under IV.?) auro argentoque decorata (cf. mec (a drinking-horn) mon þeceð golde and sylfore, Rä. 15, 2) ut eo liberius hoc praerogatiuum roboretnr, C. D. ii. 293, 17. Offero refectorario dicti monasterii . . . cornu meae mensae, ut senes monasterii bibant inde in festis sanctorum, et in suis benedictionibus meminerint aliquando animae donatoris, i. 305, 3-13. 2. a receptacle for other liquids or powder, v. blæc-, ele-, pipor-horn. 3. a horn for cupping Him cóm ongǽn se ealda feónd sittende on ánum múle on lǽeces ansýne and bǽr horn and his blódsex (cornu et tripedicam ferens ), Gr. 161, 2. v. tyge-horn. 4. a horn tube for inhaling Genim . . . swefl and récels . . . lege on hátne stán, drinc þurh horn þone réc, Lch, ii. 316, II: 56, II. IV. a horn for blowing, a trumpet, v. blǽs-, swegel-, trúþ-horn Horn-bláwere cornicen, horn cornu , Wrt. Voc. i. 73, 64. Horn salpix , An. Ox. 18 b, 86. Nǽfre mon þæs hlúde horn á þýteð ne býman ábláweð, Dóm. 109. V. a projection like a horn at each corner of the altar in the Jewish temple Tó horne weófedes, Ps. Rdr. Spl. 117, 27. Oð horn wíbed, Ps. Vos. 117, 27. Oð horn ad cornua , Ps. Srt. 117, 27. VI. each of the pointed extremities of the moon in her first and last quarters, Rä. 30, 2 (in Dict.]. VI a. each end of a bow. Cf. horn-boga Hé forbricþ hornas bogana confringit cornua arcum , Ps. Rdr. Vos. Srt. 75, 4. See Rä. 15 for various uses of the horn, and Tupper's notes on the riddle.
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