hunting horn

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English[edit]

The hunting horn of Sigismund III of Poland.
A musical hunting horn.

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hunting horn (plural hunting horns)

  1. (music) A bugle, being either simply curved (especially in heraldry), or having from one (in e.g. some Roman horns) to three (in many modern musical horns) spirals, on which signals are blown during a hunt.

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