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horn [ imenica ]
Generiši izgovor

ETYM AS. horn; akin to Dutch horen, hoorn, German, Icel., Swed., and Dan. horn, Goth. haúrn, W., Gael., and Irish corn, Latin cornu, Greek, and perh. also to Eng. cheer, cranium, cerebral; cf. Skr. çiras head. Related to Carat, Corn on the foot, Cornea, Corner, Cornet, Cornucopia, Hart.
A high pommel of a saddle.
Any outgrowth from the head of an organism that resembles a horn.
One of the bony outgrowths on the heads of certain ungulates.
The material (mostly keratin) that covers the horns of ungulates and forms hooves and claws and nails.

rog [ muški rod ]

Izraštaj u glavi nekih životinja.

horn [ imenica {auto-moto} ]
Generiši izgovor

A device that makes a loud warning sound.
A device (as at parties or games) that makes a loud noise when one blows through it.
A noise made by the driver of an automobile to give warning.

automobilska sirena [ ženski rod ]

horn [ imenica {muzika} ]
Generiši izgovor

Member of a family of lip-reed wind instruments used for signaling and ritual, and sharing features of a generally conical bore (although the orchestral horn is of part conical and part straight bore) and curved shape, producing a pitch of rising or variable inflection. The modern valve horn is a 19th-century hybrid B flat/F instrument; the name French horn strictly applies to the earlier cor ŕ pistons which uses lever-action rotary valves and produces a lighter tone. The Wagner tuba is a horn variant in tenor and bass versions devised by Wagner to provide a fuller horn tone in the lower range. Composers for horn include Mozart, Haydn, Richard Strauss (Till Eulenspiegel 1895), Ravel, and Benjamin Britten (Serenade for Tenor, Horn, and Strings 1943). Many horns are based on animal horns, for example the shofar of Hebrew ritual and the medieval oliphant and gemshorn, and shells, for example the conch shell of Pacific island peoples.
Horns in metal originated in South America and also Central Asia (Tibet, India, Nepal), and reached Europe along with the technology of metalwork in the Bronze Age. The familiar hunting horn, unchanged for many centuries, was adapted and enlarged in the 18th century to become an orchestral instrument, its limited range of natural harmonics extended by a combination of lip technique and hand stopping within the bell and the use of extension crooks for changes of key.

rog [ muški rod {muzika} ]

Duvački instrument.

truba [ ženski rod {muzika} ]



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