an English folk clarinet having one ox horn concealing the reed and another forming the bell.
a lively jiglike dance, originally to music played on a hornpipe, performed usually by one person, and traditionally a favorite of sailors.
a piece of music for or in the style of such a dance.
an obsolete reed instrument with a mouthpiece made of horn
an old British solo dance to a hornpipe accompaniment, traditionally performed by sailors
a piece of music for such a dance
c.1400, hornepype, “musical instrument with bell and mouthpiece made of horn,” from horn (n.) + pipe (n.1). Later (late 15c.) “dance associated with sailors” (originally performed to music from such an instrument).
noun 1. a European plant, Glaucium flavum, of the poppy family, having yellow flowers, naturalized along sandy shores in eastern North America.
[hawrn-pout] /ˈhɔrnˌpaʊt/ noun 1. .
[hawrn-rimd] /ˈhɔrnˈrɪmd/ adjective 1. having the frames or rims made of horn or tortoise shell, or plastic that simulates either of these: horn-rimmed glasses.
[hawrn-rimz, -rimz] /ˈhɔrnˈrɪmz, -ˌrɪmz/ plural noun 1. horn-rimmed eyeglasses.