Entry from British & World English dictionary
A drinking container carved from an animal’s horn.
- There were exquisitely carved statuettes, masks, musical instruments, staffs and walking sticks, spears, cups, a drinking horn, a pipe, and an anthropomorphic coffin.
- Stunning new discoveries from the burial site of Southend's Saxon king, including an ornate drinking horn, scythe and iron stand, have been revealed.
- Underneath, were bones, weapons, spurs, a bridle, a drinking horn, a jet bracelet and a copper-alloy belt fitting.
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