Associations to the word «Horned»

Wiktionary

HORNED, adjective. Having horns.
HORNED, verb. Simple past tense and past participle of horn
HORNED FROG, noun. Any of several large carnivorous frogs, of the genus Megophrys, that have elongated "eyebrows"
HORNED FROG, noun. The horned lizard, especially the Texas horned lizard.
HORNED GOD, noun. (Wicca) The second major supernatural figure in the Wiccan religion, a triune god equal to the Goddess, split into the Father, Master, and Sage.
HORNED LARK, noun. (US) A lark, Eremophila alpestris, with distinctive facial markings.
HORNED LIZARD, noun. Any of some 14 species of lizard in the genus Phrynosoma, generally with wide toad-shaped bodies less than a foot long, noted for the horny structures on their heads.
HORNED LIZARDS, noun. Plural of horned lizard
HORNED MELON, noun. A plant of the species Cucumis metuliferus, bearing a cucumber-like fruit.
HORNED MELON, noun. The fruit of the horned melon plant, having yellow-orange skin and lime green, jelly-like flesh with a tart taste, and texture similar to a cucumber.
HORNED MELONS, noun. Plural of horned melon
HORNED OWL, noun. An owl of the genus Bubo native to the Americas, among the largest types of owls.
HORNED OWLS, noun. Plural of horned owl
HORNED POUT, noun. A catfish native to the eastern United States
HORNED PUFFIN, noun. A species of puffin, Fratercula corniculata, similar in appearance to the Atlantic puffin except with different bill colours and a significant fleshy "horn" above each eye.
HORNED SCREAMER, noun. Anhima cornuta, a South American bird, member of the Anhimidae family, with black upper parts, head and breast and white speckles on the crown, throat and wing coverts.
HORNED UP, adjective. (idiomatic) (vulgar) horny

Dictionary definition

HORNED, adjective. Having a horn or horns or hornlike parts or horns of a particular kind; "horned viper"; "great horned owl"; "the unicorn--a mythical horned beast"; "long-horned cattle".

Wise words

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