Definition of krummhorn
: a Renaissance double-reed woodwind instrument consisting of a curved boxwood tube and having a pierced cap covering the reed
Variants of krummhorn
Origin of krummhorn
German Krummhorn, from krumm curved + Horn horn
First Known Use: circa 1696
Rhymes with krummhorn
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