Waldhorn

noun
Wald·horn | \ ˈwȯldˌhȯrn , ˈvältˌ- \
plural Waldhorns

Definition of Waldhorn 

1a : natural horn

b : french horn

2 : an organ reed stop of 8′ pitch or 16′ pitch with a tone resembling a natural horn

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History and Etymology for Waldhorn

German, from Middle High German walthorn, literally, forest horn, from walt forest (from Old High German wald) + horn, from Old High German

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