- claw setting,
- claw-and-ball foot,
- clay court,
- clay eater,
- clay flour,
- clay mineral
Origin of claxon
Origin of klaxon
Examples from the Web for claxon
Mrs. Claxon said, "Of cou'se," but Claxon did not assent so readily.
The claxon sounded stridently, and the inflectionless voice of the robopilot said: "Sixty seconds."Attrition|Jim Wannamaker
Miss Claxon, don't you understand that if no will turns up, they come in for all her money.
Claxon wished to put the finishing touches on the house himself, and he was willing to suspend more profitable labors to do so.
Claxon gave his honesty time to get the better of his optimism.
Word Origin for klaxon
"loud warning horn," 1908, originally on automobiles, said to have been named for the company that sold them (The Klaxon Company; distributor for Lovell-McConnell Mfg. Co., Newark, N.J.), but probably the company was named for the horn, which bore a word likely based on Greek klazein "to roar," cognate with Latin clangere "to resound."