Nachthorn

noun
Nacht·​horn | \ ˈnäḵtˌhȯrn\
plural Nachthorns

Definition of Nachthorn

: an organ stop with very wide-scale pipes at 2′ pitch or 4′ pitch

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History and Etymology for Nachthorn

German, from nacht night (from Old High German naht) + horn (from Old High German)

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