[hawr-nee] /ˈhɔr ni/
adjective, hornier, horniest.
consisting of a horn or a hornlike substance; corneous.
having a horn or horns or hornlike projections; horned.
hornlike as a result of hardening; callous:
Archaic. semiopaque or somewhat translucent, like horn.
adjective hornier, horniest
of, like, or hard as horn
having a horn or horns
“lustful, sexually aroused,” definitely in use 1889, perhaps attested as early as 1863; from late 18c. slang expression to have the horn, suggestive of male sexual excitement (but eventually applied to women as well); see horn (n.).
horny horn·y (hôr’nē)
adj. horn·i·er, horn·i·est
Sexual craving; lust and lustfulness; hot rocks: the lure of High Art to mask the visceral odors of simple human horniness (1960s+)
Sexually excited and desirous; keenly amorous; lustful; hot •Of recent years applied to women as well as men, despite being derived fr horn, ”erect penis”: his horny teen-age daughter/ At first it eased my head and made me less horny/ a few scenes between a horny housewife and a guy in a Lone Ranger mask (1889+)
[hawr-ning] /ˈhɔr nɪŋ/ noun, New York State, Pennsylvania, and New England. 1. (def 1). [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 […]
- Horn in on
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 […]