Definition of lanthorn in English:

lanthorn

Line breaks: lant|horn
Pronunciation: /ˈlantən
 
/

noun

Archaic spelling of lantern.
More example sentences
  • ‘Light your lanthorns and mount up,’ Inkerman ordered.
  • And he would often take a walk in a winter's evening with a lanthorn, because he had not been able to get ready earlier in the day.

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