Intrude, join without being invited. For example, She has a rude way of horning in on our conversations. This expression alludes to an ox or bull pushing in with its horns. [ c. 1900 ]
[hawr-nee-toh; Spanish awr-nee-taw] /hɔrˈni toʊ; Spanish ɔrˈni tɔ/ noun, plural hornitos [hawr-nee-tohz; Spanish awr-nee-taws] /hɔrˈni toʊz; Spanish ɔrˈni tɔs/ (Show IPA). Geology. 1. a low oven-shaped mound of congealed lava, common in some volcanic districts, emitting hot smoke and vapors in the final stages of activity. hornito (hôr-nē’tō) A low mound of matter ejected from […]
[hawrn] /hɔrn/ noun 1. one of the bony, permanent, hollow paired growths, often curved and pointed, that project from the upper part of the head of certain ungulate mammals, as cattle, sheep, goats, or antelopes. 2. a similar growth, sometimes of hair, as the median horn or horns on the snout of the rhinoceros, or […]
[hawrn-mad] /ˈhɔrnˈmæd/ adjective 1. furiously enraged; intensely angry.
- Horn of africa
noun 1. a region of NE Africa, comprising Somalia and adjacent territories