horn

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İngilizce - Türkçe
boynuz

Bufaloların büyük boynuzları var. - Buffaloes have big horns.

Boğayı boynuzlarıyla satın almalısın. - You must take the bull by the horns.

{i} korna

Tom arabanın kornasını birkaç kez çaldı. - Tom honked the car's horn several times.

Bir korna sesi duydum. - I heard a horn honking.

{i} anten
{i} ırmak
{i} kalkmış penis
{i} boynuzdan yapılmış eşya
{i} boru

Tom, Fransa'da bir Çin lokantasında İngiliz borusu ile İspanyol halk melodisi çaldı. - Tom played a Spanish folk tune on his English horn at a Chinese restaurant in France.

{i} klakson
{i} bolluk simgesi
{i} haliç kolu
{i} duyarga
{i} kap burnu
boynuz koymak
{f} boynuz gibi yapmak
{i} müz. boru
tos vurmak
boynuz şekli vermek
{f} toslamak
horn in argo bir işe burnunu sokmak
(Askeri) DİRSEK: Bir uçağın istikamet ve yükseklik dümenleri veya kanatçıkları üzerinde, kontrol kablo veya çubuğun takıldığı, kısa manivela
{f} boynuzlamak
boynuz anten
yeke
düdük
horned
boynuzlu

Vikingler gerçekten boynuzlu kask giymedi. - Vikings didn't really wear horned helmets.

horn beech
gürgen
horn relay
(Otomotiv) korna rölesi
horn shell
(Gıda) şeytan minaresi
horn antenna
huni anten
horn antenna
koni anten
horn button
korna düğmesi
horn button
klakson düğmesi
horn button relay
korna kontak röıesi
horn control valve
korna kumanda subapı
horn feed
huni besleme
horn in
bir işe burnunu sokmak
horn in
karış
horn loudspeaker
hunili hoparlör
horn loudspeaker
koni hoparlör
horn of plenty
bolluk sembolü
horn beetle
boynuz böceği
horn blower
boynuz üfleyici
horn button relay
korna kontak rölesi
horn control valve
korna kumanda subapi
horn dog
boynuz köpek
horn in on
-e burnunu sokmak, karışmak
horn of abundance
bereket boynuzu
horn of africa
africa boynuzu
horn press
(Mühendislik) mahmuzlu pres
horn rimmed
boynuz çerçeveli
horn shape)
boynuz şekli
horn-blower
boynuz üfleyici
horn-rimmed
bağa çerçeveli
horn button
korna kapağı
horn button
(Otomotiv) korna butonu
horn button relay
(Otomotiv) koma kontak rölesi
horn card
(Meteoroloji) horn kartı
horn collector
(Askeri) SES TOPLAMA BORUSU: Dinleme cihazından sesi alan borulardan veya çan şeklindeki kolektörlerden bir tanesi
horn collector
(Askeri) ses toplama borusu
horn control valve
(Otomotiv) korna kumanda supabı
horn fly
{i} karasinek
horn fly
(isim) karasinek
horn in
burnunu sokmak
horn in
(Fiili Deyim ) 1- karışmak , burnunu sokmak 2- davetsiz girmek
horn in on
burnunu sokmak
horn meal
(Çiftçilik) boynuz unu
horn of plenty
bereket boynuzu
horn of plenty
bolluk
horn of plenty
(Mimarlık) bereket boyunuzu
horn pill
uyarıcı hap
horn pill
penis kaldıran hap
horn ring
korna halkası
horn slip ring
(Otomotiv) korna segmanı
horn subsystem
(Otomotiv) klakson tali sistemi
horn switch
(Otomotiv) klakson anahtarı
horn unit
sinyal tertibatı
horn valve
korna valfi
honk the horn
Korna çalmak
english horn
(Muzik) korangle
french horn
(Muzik) fransız kornosu

Fransız kornosu çalıyorum. - I play the French horn.

Tom Fransız kornosunu çalmayı öğrenmeyi denemek için çok zaman harcadı. - Tom spent a lot of time trying to learn how to play the French horn.

mount kit air horn
montaj kiti havalı korna
powder horn
barut mahfazası
French horn
korno

Fransız kornosu çalıyorum. - I play the French horn.

Tom Fransız kornosunu Mary kadar iyi çalamayacağını söylüyor. - Tom knows he'll never be able to play the French horn as well as Mary.

Golden Horn
Haliç
blow one's own horn
yüksekten atmak
blow one's own horn
övünmek
carburettor air horn
karbüratör jikle gövdesi
drinking horn
boynuz kadeh
drinking horn
boynuzdan yapılmış kadeh
electromagnetic horn
elektromanyetik korna
french horn
daire şeklinde çalgı borusu
hornlike
boynuz gibi
logarithmic horn
logaritmik boru
horned
horned pout boynuzlu bir çeşit tatlı su balığı
Horns
korno
air horn
hava boynuz
bull horn
boğa boynuzu
cape horn
Horn Burnu
cream horn
krem boynuz
devil horn
şeytan boynuzu
english horn
ingilizce boynuz
feed horn
besleme boynuzu
fog horn
sis düdüü
green horn
yeşil boynuz
shoe horn
ayakkabı boynuz
stag's horn
Geyik boynuzu
toot one's own horn
Övünmek, kendi başarısını anlatıp durmak
triple tone horn
üç tonlu korna
wind a horn
bir boynuz rüzgar
French horn
müz. korno, Fransız kornosu
air horn kit
havalı korna kiti
alarm system horn
(Otomotiv) alarm sistemi sireni
anterior horn cells
(Biyoloji) ön boynuz hücreleri
auxiliary horn
(Otomotiv) yardımcı korna
bass horn
bas sesli üflemeli çalgı
blow one's own horn
{k} kendi reklamını yapmak
cape horn current
(Denizbilim) boynuz burnu akıntısı
chemical horn
(Askeri) KİMYASAL BAŞLIK: Deniz mayın savaşında; ince bir metal tabaka tarafından korunan bir cam tüp içinde elektrolitle bir elektrik ölçüsü ihtiva eden mayın başlığı. Ayrıca, Hertz Horn, olarak bilinmektedir
chemical horn
(Askeri) kimyasal başlık
compressor horn
kompresör kornası
electric horn
elektrikli korna veya klakson
exponential horn
üstel horn
exponential horn
üstel huni
folded horn
(Fizik) katlanmış horn
horned
horned viper boynuzlu ve çok zehirli bir cins engerek
horned
boynu

Vikingler gerçekten boynuzlu kask giymedi. - Vikings didn't really wear horned helmets.

horned
uçları boynuz gibi sivri olan
horned
horned toad üstü boynuz gibi kemikli bir çeşit kertenkele
horned
horned owl kulaklı orman baykuşu
horned
(sıfat) boynuzlu
hornless
(sıfat) boynuzsuz
hornless
{s} boynuzsuz
hornlike
boru gibi/boynuz gibi
powder horn/flask
barutluk
pulp horn
(Diş Hekimliği) Diş pulpasının kron içine doğru olan, tavite açarken dikkatli; olunması gereken uzantıları
signal horn
(Askeri) işaret düdüğü
signal horn
(Askeri) sinyal düdüğü
sound the horn
korna çalmak
switch horn
(Askeri) SÜVİÇ ÇUBUĞU: Deniz mayın harbinde bir çubukla çalıştırılan mayında bulunan süviç
switch horn
(Askeri) anahtar çubuğu
the horn doesn't work
klakson çalışmıyor
toot one's own horn
{k} kendi reklamını kendi yapmak, kendini övmek
toot the horn
korna çalmak
triple tone horn
(Otomotiv) üç tonlu koma
warning horn
(Havacılık) iniş takımı uyarı kornası
warning horn
ikaz kornası
İngilizce - İngilizce
A conical device used to direct waves

loudspeaker horn.

A peninsula or crescent-shaped tract of land. "to navigate around the horn."
To cuckold
An instrument resembling a musical horn and used to signal others

hunting horn.

A telephone
A loud alarm, especially one on a motor vehicle
The hard substance from which animals' horns are made, sometimes used by man as a material for making various objects

an umbrella with a handle made of horn.

Generally, any brass wind instrument
To assault with the horns
An erection of the penis
A hard growth of keratin that protrudes from the top of the head of certain animals
Any of several musical wind instruments
{n} a part of an ox, ram an instrument
{i} family name; Gertrude Franklin Atherton (1857-1948), United States author; city in Iowa (USA)
A drinking cup, or beaker, as having been originally made of the horns of cattle
Refers to a loading device when part of a bass enclosure, or a directional device when used with a high frequency driver or compression driver 2
A hard, projecting, and usually pointed organ, growing upon the heads of certain animals, esp
(d) A sharp spine in front of the fins of a fish, as in the horned pout
If two people lock horns, they argue about something. During his six years in office, Seidman has often locked horns with lawmakers
A body of land or water shaped like a horn
A vessel made of a horn; esp
Often used as a raw material in manufacturing object such as: Drinking vessels: Windows: Cows' horns were soaked in urine, warmed, dried and cut into thin strips These were set into wooden frames to produce louvre windows Any horn which was not properly cured would produce a green mould – this gave rise to the word greenhorn to mean a beginner who makes mistakes
A horn is a musical instrument of the brass family. It is a long circular metal tube, wide at one end, which you play by blowing
A horn is a simple musical instrument consisting of a metal tube that is wide at one end and narrow at the other. You play it by blowing into it. a hunting horn. see also shoehorn
one of the bony outgrowths on the heads of certain ungulates any outgrowth from the head of an organism that resembles a horn an alarm device that makes a loud warning sound a high pommel of a Western saddle (usually metal covered with leather) a noisemaker (as at parties or games) that makes a loud noise when you blow through it a noise made by the driver of an automobile to give warning; the material (mostly keratin) that covers the horns of ungulates and forms hooves and claws and nails stab or pierce with a horn or tusk; "the rhino horned the explorer
One of the projections at the four corners of the Jewish altar of burnt offering
An incurved, tapering and pointed appendage found in the flowers of the milkweed (Asclepias)
a device on an automobile for making a warning noise
A speaker that is used for high frequencies It can handle relatively high power and has a very specific spread or dispersion to the sound
The Ionic volute
A symbol of strength, power, glory, exaltation, or pride
(syn Tool) - usually an amplifying element, that includes, or is fitted with, a tip in an ultrasonic probe
a speaker design using its own funnel shaped conduit to amplify, disperse, or modify the sounds generated by the internal diaphragm of the speaker
(c) A hornlike projection from the head or thorax of an insect, or the head of a reptile, or fish
A curved projection on the fore part of a plane
the projection, often bent forward, above the pommel used for dallying a rope Different style horns are regional Different style horns are used for cutting and roping KEEPER: piece of leather attached to the saddle through which loose equipment or saddle parts can be hooked
If someone pulls in their horns or draws in their horns, they start behaving more cautiously than they did before, especially by spending less money. Customers are drawing in their horns at a time of high interest rates
The high pommel of a saddle; also, either of the projections on a lady's saddle for supporting the leg
of the ruminants, as cattle, goats, and the like
(b) A tuft of feathers on the head of a bird, as in the horned owl
Shown by closely spaced, closed contour lines, indicating a steep mountain peak
An open-ended waveguide designed to radiate maximum power in one direction Part of the feed
The hollow horns of the Ox family consist externally of true horn, and are never shed
The outer end of a crosstree; also, one of the projections forming the jaws of a gaff, boom, etc
A speaker design scheme in which the cross-sectional area is constantly increasing from input to output (e g , A compression driver usually uses a horn on its output )
A device mounted on a unit similar to a sewing machine called an
To furnish with horns; to give the shape of a horn to
(a) A projection from the beak of a bird, as in the hornbill
One of the curved ends of a crescent; esp
The tough, fibrous material of which true horns are composed, being, in the Ox family, chiefly albuminous, with some phosphate of lime; also, any similar substance, as that which forms the hoof crust of horses, sheep, and cattle; as, a spoon of horn
{i} hard bony growth projecting from the head of certain animals; substance of which these growths are made; device used to sound a warning (in cars, etc.); (Music) wind instrument resembling a horn (usually brass instruments)
The electrode holding arm of a resistance spot welding machine
a noise made by the driver of an automobile to give warning
Something made of a horn, or in resemblance of a horn A wind instrument of music; originally, one made of a horn (of an ox or a ram); now applied to various elaborately wrought instruments of brass or other metal, resembling a horn in shape
A peak or pinnacle thinned and eroded by three or more glacial cirques The Matterhorn of the Swiss Alps was formed in this manner
A high mountain peak that forms when the walls of three or more cirques intersect
To cause to wear horns; to cuckold
If you blow your own horn, you boast about yourself
a brass musical instrument consisting of a conical tube that is coiled into a spiral and played by means of valves
an alarm device that makes a loud warning sound
On a vehicle such as a car, the horn is the device that makes a loud noise as a signal or warning. He sounded the car horn
the material (mostly keratin) that covers the horns of ungulates and forms hooves and claws and nails
Horn is the hard substance that the horns of animals are made of. Horn is sometimes used to make objects such as spoons, buttons, or ornaments. see also horn-rimmed
to take the bull by the horns: see bull. A headland of extreme southern Chile in the Tierra del Fuego archipelago. The southernmost point of South America, it was first rounded in 1616 by the Dutch navigator Willem Schouten (died 1625), who named it after his birthplace, Hoorn. It is notorious for its storms and heavy seas. the Horn Cape Horn. horn in to interrupt or try to take part in something when you are not wanted = butt in horn in on. English horn French horn Horn of Africa Horn Cape
n steep pyramid shaped mountains created when at least 3 glaciers flowing in opposite directions create three cirques and three aretes, includes the Matterhorn in Switzerland
1 An ancient wind instrument, originally made from animal horn, metal, or wood In the Medieval and Renaissance eras, the horn was used to signal in battles and in hunts The horn gradually evolved through a series of transformations: the horn for hunting became spiraled so its length would not interfere with its mobility, this natural horn became more refined and found its way into the early Classical orchestra as a character instrument, implying military or hunting scenes Eventually crooks, and then valves were invented for the horn, enabling it to be fully chromatic In America, it is often referred to as the French horn 2 A slang term referring to any wind instrument Search Google com for Horn
stab or pierce with a horn or tusk; "the rhino horned the explorer"
Pyramidal peak that forms when several cirques erode a mountain from three or more sides
A sharp pointed peak It is sometimes called a pyramidal peak because it is shaped like a pyramid See also peak
Any natural projection or excrescence from an animal, resembling or thought to resemble a horn in substance or form; esp
Horn of Africa
A peninsula in East Africa that juts for hundreds of kilometers into the Arabian Sea
horn dog
A person (particularly a man) who fixates on sex

She was a horn dog, even as she pushed seventy.

horn dogs
plural form of horn dog
horn of plenty
An edible chanterelle, Craterellus cornucopioides
horn of plenty
The cornucopia
horn-dog
Alternative spelling of horn dog

Eighty-something, and he’s even more of a horn-dog since Pfizer foisted Viagra on the world.”.

horn-rimmed
Referring to a style of eyeglasses with frames made from horn or tortoise shell or a material that resembles such
horn dog
someone who is very horny
horn-rimmed
(of glasses) having rims made of horn or a similar substance
Horn of Africa
the Horn of Africa the part of East Africa that includes Somalia and some of Ethiopia. Region of eastern Africa. The easternmost African extension of land between the Indian Ocean and the Gulf of Aden, it is occupied by Ethiopia, Eritrea, Somalia, and Djibouti, whose cultures have been linked throughout their long history
horn button
a button that you press to activate the horn of an automobile
horn fly
small black European fly introduced into North America; sucks blood from cattle especially at the base of the horn
horn fly
{i} small bloodsucking black fly that is a pest of cattle
horn fly
A small black European fly (Haematobia irritans), introduced into North America, that sucks blood from cattle, usually biting an animal at the base of the horn
horn of africa
Somali peninsula: a peninsula of northeastern Africa (the easternmost part of Africa) comprising Somalia and Djibouti and Eritrea and parts of Ethiopia
horn of plenty
horn-shaped container filled to the brim with fruits and vegetables
horn poppy
yellow-flowered Eurasian glaucous herb naturalized in along sandy shores in eastern North America
horn-rimmed
Horn-rimmed glasses have plastic frames that look as though they are made of horn. horn-rimmed glasses/spectacles glasses with frames made of plastic that looks like horn
horn-rimmed
having the frame made of horn or tortoise shell or plastic that simulates either; "horn-rimmed glasses
Cape Horn
the southernmost headland of the Tierra del Fuego archipelago of southern Chile
English horn
a woodwind instrument similar to an oboe, but larger and pitched a fifth lower
French horn
The American name for a coiled brass musical instrument derived from the French hunting horn, having rotary valves
around the Horn
Following the extremely hazardous naval route around Cape Horn, the southernmost point in South America

Sure, you've done some sailing, but have you been around the Horn?.

around the Horn
Via shipboard communications, formerly metal tubes with earhorn-like ends
basset horn
an alto horn with a soft tone
chemical horn
a horn on a floating mine which, upon contact, releases an electrolyte that makes an electrical connection and initiates the explosion
chrome horn
The front bumper of a car when used to bump another vehicle, usually to inform the driver of the other vehicle, that the first car would like to pass

Dale Earnhardt just put the chrome horn to that lapped car in front of him.

drinking-horn
A drinking-vessel made from the horn of an animal

He put down his sword and helmet and took the drinking-horn that was served to him, and finished it.

fire alarm horn
A horn on a fire alarm that sounds in case of fire, either automatically when the system detects fire or manually when the alarm is pulled, to alert the occupants of a building or complex of the hazard
fire alarm horn
Formerly, a siren used to alert a town or neighborhood of fire
hunting horn
A bugle, normally having three spirals, on which signals are blown during a hunt
hunting-horn
Alternative spelling of hunting horn
on the horn
On the telephone

Let me get on the horn with him and ask.

party horn
A paper or plastic tube which may be blown into to create a sound, and sometimes is rolled up in a coil which unrolls and straightens out when blown
post horn
a valveless cylindrical brass or copper instrument with cupped mouthpiece, used to signal the arrival or departure of a post rider or mail coach
round the Horn
To sail around Cape Horn

The entire crew was nervous as they began to round the Horn.

saddle horn
Part of a Western-saddle protruding from the shoulders, designed to hold a rope for stopping animals
switch horn
In naval mine warfare, a switch in a mine operated by a projecting spike. (JP 1-02)
toot one's own horn
To promote oneself; to boast or brag; to tout

Not to toot my own horn, but I already knew all that.

Hornless
humble
a horn
{n} frush
horned
{a} furnished with or wearing horns
shoeing horn
{n} a horn to draw on shoes
stag's horn
The material of a stag's antler, used chiefly to make handles for cutlery
Cape Horn
southernmost tip of South America
Cape Horn
the extreme end of South America, which is famous for its very bad weather and dangerous ocean currents. Southern extremity of South America. Located on Horn Island in the southern Tierra del Fuego archipelago, it projects south into Drake Passage. It was named Hoorn for the birthplace of Dutch navigator Willem Schouten, who rounded it in 1616. Navigation of the rough waters around the cape is hazardous, and the climate is windy and cold year-round
Dorset Horn
A domestic sheep of a breed having large horns and medium-length, fine-textured wool
English horn
A double-reed woodwind instrument similar to but larger than the oboe and pitched lower by a fifth. a long wooden musical instrument which is like an oboe but with a lower sound British Equivalent: cor anglais. Orchestral woodwind instrument, a large oboe pitched a 5th below the ordinary oboe. It has a bent metal crook, to hold the double reed, and a bulbous bell. It is a transposing instrument (its music written in a different tone than it actually sounds) in F. It is neither English nor a horn; in its original name, cor anglais, cor ("horn") referred to its original hornlike curved shape, but the source of anglais ("English") is a mystery. It has remained a basically orchestral instrument since its first appearance 1750
English horn
wooden wind instrument in the oboe family
French horn
A French horn is a musical instrument of the brass family. It is shaped like a long metal tube with one wide end, wound round in a circle. You play the French horn by blowing into it and moving valves in order to obtain different notes. = horn. A valved brass wind instrument that produces a mellow tone from a long narrow tube that is coiled in a circle before ending in a flaring bell. a musical instrument made of brass, that is curved round into a circle with a wide opening at one end. Orchestral and military brass instrument, a valved circular horn with a wide bell. It is normally a transposing instrument (its music written in a different tone than its actual sound) in F. It has a wide bore and three (sometimes four) rotary valves; its conical mouthpiece produces a mellower tone than the cup-shaped mouthpieces of other brass instruments. Horns long relied on separable crooks circular lengths of tubing that could be attached and removed rapidly for music modulating to new keys. Since 1900 the standard horn has been a "double" instrument, with built-in crooks in F and B-flat that can be selected rapidly by means of a thumb valve. The modern symphony orchestra usually includes four horns. Though difficult to play and prone to producing conspicuous errors, its tone is widely admired
French horn
brass wind instrument lower than a trumpet and higher than a tuba
Gertrude Franklin Horn
{i} Gertrude Franklin Atherton (1857-1948), United States author
Golden Horn
An inlet of the Bosporus in northwest Turkey forming the harbor of Istanbul
air horn
air intake of a carburetor a pneumatic horn
air horn
a pneumatic horn
air horn
air intake of a carburetor
automobile horn
a device on an automobile for making a warning noise
bass horn
A modification of the bassoon, much deeper in tone
bass horn
the lowest brass wind instrument
bass horn
wind instrument which is shaped a bassoon
basset horn
tenor clarinet (musical instrument)
basset horn
An instrument blown with a reed, and resembling a clarinet, but of much greater compass, embracing nearly four octaves
basset horn
a tenor clarinet; pitched in the key of F below the B-flat clarinet
basset horn
The corno di bassetto
blow one's own horn
brag, boast
blowing the horn
sounding a warning
bugle horn
A bugle
bugle horn
A drinking vessel made of horn
cape horn
a rocky headland belonging to Chile at the southernmost tip of South America (south of Tierra del Fuego)
english horn
a double-reed woodwind instrument similar to an oboe but lower in pitch
french horn
a brass musical instrument consisting of a conical tube that is coiled into a spiral and played by means of valves
gold horn
inlet of the Bosporus (Turkey)
horned
Furnished with a horn or horns; furnished with a hornlike process or appendage; as, horned cattle; having some part shaped like a horn
horned
Having, or containing horns
horned
{s} having a horn or horns
horned
Horned animals have horns, or parts of their bodies that look like horns. horned cattle. the call of a horned lark. Having a horn, horns, or a hornlike growth. having horns or something that looks like horns. adj. great horned owl horned owl horned toad horned lizard
horned
having a horn or horns or hornlike parts or horns of a particular kind; "horned viper"; "great horned owl"; "the unicorn--a mythical horned beast"; "long-horned cattle"
hornless
Having no horn
hornless
having no horns; "hornless cattle"
hornless
having no horns; "hornless cattle
hornless
{s} without horns
hornlike
{s} resembling horn
hornlike
Describing a hard substance similar to horn
hornlike
Describing something projecting like a horn
horns
A shape with a curved back and circular similar to a ram's horn See also: Ramshorn
horns
plural of horn
horns
Refers to those instruments in the bands that include but are not limited to Trumpets, Melophones, Baritones, Trombones, Tubas, etc The sound from the instrument is created by the input of air into a mouthpiece that does not have a 'reed'
horns
spikes of rock that are used for protection or holds Chickenheads is a synonym
horns
consist of an inner, boney core covered by an outer sheath that is much like our fingernails Horns are not shed annually as are antlers They are found in the Bovidae family (bighorn sheep and mountain goats), and in pronghorns
horns
Paired contour feathers arising from head
horns
Mid range or high frequency device used in sound reinforcement Submitted by Karl Kuenning RFL from Roadie Net
horns
Extended door or window stiles designed to protect the corners from damage while in storage
hunting horn
horn blown in the hunt
huntsman's horn
pitcher plant of southeastern United States having erect wide-mouth yellow trumpet-shaped pitchers with erect lids
jubilee horn
fancy horn made from a ram's horn
morsing horn
A horn or flask for holding powder, as for priming
post horn
wind instrument used by postilions of the 18th and 19th centuries
powder horn
container for carrying gunpowder; made of the hollow horn of an animal
powder horn
{i} small container for holding gunpowder made from horn of a cow or ox
powder horn
An animal's horn capped at the open end, used to carry gunpowder
ram's horn
wind instrument, horn, instrument used to created sounds
ram's horn
A shofar
show the bull-horn
declare an objection, express opposition
sounded the horn
blew the horn, blew the trumpet
the Messiah's horn
form of swear, type of pledge (to swear on the Messiah's horn)
warning horn
siren that is sounded before a dangerous event
Türkçe - İngilizce

horn teriminin Türkçe İngilizce sözlükte anlamı

horn kartı
(Meteoroloji) horn card
üstel horn
exponential horn
horn

    Türkçe nasıl söylenir

    hôrn

    Telaffuz

    /ˈhôrn/ /ˈhɔːrn/

    Etimoloji

    [ horn ] (noun.) before 12th century. Old English horn, from Proto-Germanic *hurnan (compare Dutch horen, German Horn, Gothic haurn), from Proto-Indo-European *k̑r̥nom (compare Breton kern 'horn', Latin cornū, Ancient Greek kéras, Old Church Slavonic grŭna, srŭna 'roedeer', Hittite surna 'horn', Persian sur, Sanskrit śṛṅga 'horn'). Hebrew Keren,horns, corner, ray,beam

    Ortak Eşdizimliler

    horn rimmed

    Videolar

    ... those overlooking the golden horn ...
    ... the sultans left the golden horn is a copy ...

    Günün kelimesi

    elevenses