cornett

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Old French cornet, a diminutive of corne (horn), from Latin cornū.

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cornett (plural cornetts)

  1. (music) An early horn wind instrument used in European music of the medieval, Renaissance, and Baroque periods. Not to be confused with later brass instrument.

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