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Collins English Dictionary - Complete & Unabridged 2012 Digital Edition © William Collins Sons & Co. 1979, 1986 © Harper Collins Publishers 1998, 2000, 2003, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2012 Cite This Source 1690s, "to furnish with horns," from horn (n.).
Earlier in figurative sense of "to cuckold" (1540s).
Paul Terry, 27, was arrested on suspicion of armed robbery with a dangerous weapon after a man described being held up at knifepoint by a man fitting his distinctive description.
The victim was in his flat in Tulsa, Oklahoma, when he heard knocking at his door on Friday evening, When he opened it, his ex-girlfriend and a man forced their way inside, according to an arrest report seen by the newspaper, and the man pulled out a knife and threatened to stab him if he did not hand over his wallet.
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From Adolphe Sax's workshop of the 1840's to the legendary era of jazz and bebop, it was forbidden by Nazis and Communists and banned by the Pope - gradually conquering all music genres.
Meaning "to push with the horns" (of cattle, buffalo, etc.) is from 1851, American English; phrase 1690s, "to furnish with horns," from horn (n.).
They are the "devil horns", and believe it or not, while they actually have an origin and global meaning outside of rock 'n' roll music, their history fits right in with the music.folk symbol in some Mediterranean countries to being the symbolic and ritualistic religious Karana mudra symbol of Hinduism, Buddhism, and Taoism, which is to keep curses and negative thoughts away.In Central and South America, the as they are sometimes called are often accompanied by a verbalization.Throughout its 175-year history the saxophone has been both the most seductive and most feared instrument.
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“Any resemblance to cats, bats or devil horns is entirely coincidental,” Time said in a statement Friday.