Origin of hunting horn
Examples from the Web for hunting horn
Waldhorn, wold′horn, n. a hunting-horn, a French horn without valves.
A group of five find the hunting-horn an amusing plaything, and good-humoredly strive together over the treasure.Correggio|Estelle M. Hurll
Ah, could it be the hunting-horn of which Lavarcam had spoken in her tales of chase?Celtic Tales|Louey Chisholm
In front of it was a great apple tree, to one branch of which hung a hunting-horn.Stories of the Days of King Arthur|Charles Henry Hanson
I put up at the “Hunting-horn,” a fine hotel, but ridiculously expensive.A Visit to the Holy Land, Egypt, and Italy|Ida Pfeiffer