In the same belt was stuck one of those long, broad, sharp-pointed, and two-edged knives, with a buck's-horn
handle, which were fabricated in the neighbourhood, and bore even at this early period the name of a Sheffield whittle.
His very fingers sent entreating thrills that he would go and clutch that familiar rough buck's-horn
handle, which they had so often grasped for mere affection, as it lay idle in his pocket.
Toad Rush * Juncus bufonius, Buck's-horn
Plantain and Coast Barb-grass were sparse and all these exotics were weeded.
Mae 'na sawl blodyn eithaf cyffredin yn perthyn i'r teulu yma, er enghraifft wrth yr arfordir mi welwch chi'r llyriad corn carw (Plantago coronopus), y 'buck's-horn
plantain' ydi'r enw Saesneg arno fo.