[hawrn-boo k] /ˈhɔrnˌbʊk/
a leaf or page containing the alphabet, religious materials, etc., covered with a sheet of transparent and fixed in a frame with a handle, formerly used in teaching children to read.
a primer or of rudiments.
a page bearing a religious text or the alphabet, held in a frame with a thin window of flattened cattle horn over it
any elementary primer
/ˈhɔːnbɪ/ noun 1. Nick. born 1958, British writer; his books include the memoir Fever Pitch (1992; filmed 1997) and the bestselling novels About a Boy (1998; filmed 2002),How To Be Good (2001), and Juliet, Naked (2009)
noun 1. a chair, especially of the late 19th-century U.S., having a frame made from steer, elk, buffalo, or other animal horns.
- Horn clause
logic A set of atomic literals with at most one positive literal. Usually written L where n>=0, “conjuction (“AND”). If L is false the clause is regarded as a goal. Horn clauses can express a subset of statements of first order logic. The name “Horn Clause” comes from the logician Alfred Horn, who first pointed […]
[hawrn] /hɔrn/ noun 1. Lena, 1917–2010, U.S. singer and actress. 2. Marilyn, born 1934, U.S. mezzo-soprano.