horn.1 The bony projection from the head of various animals, e.g., of a ram (Gen. 22:13) or of a bull (Ps. 69:31).2 A musical instrument made from a ram’s horn (Heb. shophar); it was used in worship (e.g., 2 Chron. 15:14) as well as in war (e.g., Josh. 6:5, 13).3 The projection at each of the four
HORN. Horns are mentioned in the Bible as having various uses.1. Trumpets. A ram’s horn (qeren) perforated at the tip was early used to sound a battle call (Josh 6:5). Similar was the shôpār, originally the curved horn of a wild sheep or goat, perhaps later a metal instrument in the shape of a horn
Horn1. A container for liquids or the oil poured on those anointed to a specific task (1 Sam. 16:1, 13; 1 Kgs. 1:39); most likely made from an animal’s horn.2. A symbol of power, help, victory, or glory (Deut. 33:17; 1 Kgs. 22:11). The “horn of salvation” represents the king’s saving power (2 Sam.
Horn (Heb. qeren, šôp̱ār; Aram. qeren; Gk. kéras). A musical instrument; also a container for liquids or the oil poured on those anointed to a specific task. It is uncertain whether they were ever made from metal; most likely they were made from animals’ horns.The horn is often a symbol of
HORN The horn of an animal, such as a goat, ram, or ox, was used in Scripture as a symbol of power or strength (e.g., 1 Sam 2:10), especially in Psalms (Ps 75:5; 92:11; 112:9; 148:14). A horn could refer to the power of God (Ps 18:2; cf. 2 Sam 22:3; Luke 1:69). Conversely, the loss of a horn was a symbol
Horn. The word “horn” is often used metaphorically to signify strength and honor, because horns are the chief weapons and ornaments of the animals which possess them; hence they are also used as a type of victory. Of strength the horn of the unicorn was the most frequent representative, Deut. 33:17,
HORN, HORNS (Heb. qeren, “projecting”; Gk. keras). Horns are mentioned in Scripture in several ways.1. Trumpets were at first merely horns perforated at the tip, such as are still used for calling laborers to meals. Later they were made of metal, such as the silver trumpets of the priests (Num. 10:1;