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cor·net

 (kôr-nĕt′)
n.
1. Music A wind instrument of the trumpet class, having three valves operated by pistons.
2. (also kôr′nĭt) A piece of paper twisted into a cone and used to hold small wares such as candy or nuts.
3. (also kôr′nĭt) A headdress, often cone-shaped, worn by women in the 12th and 13th centuries.

[Middle English, from Old French, diminutive of corn, horn, from Latin cornū; see ker- in Indo-European roots.]

cornet

(ˈkɔːnɪt)
n
1. (Instruments) Also called: cornet à pistons a three-valved brass instrument of the trumpet family. Written range: about two and a half octaves upwards from E below middle C. It is a transposing instrument in B flat or A
2. (Music, other) a person who plays the cornet
3. (Instruments) a variant spelling of cornett
4. a cone-shaped paper container for sweets, etc
5. (Cookery) Brit a cone-shaped wafer container for ice cream
6. (Military) (formerly) the lowest rank of commissioned cavalry officer in the British army
7. (Military) South African short for field cornet
8. (Clothing & Fashion) a starched and wired muslin or lace cap worn by women from the 12th to the 15th centuries
9. (Clothing & Fashion) the large white headdress of some nuns
[C14: from Old French, from corn, from Latin cornū horn]

cor•net

(kɔrˈnɛt; esp. Brit. ˈkɔr nɪt)

n.
1. a valved wind instrument of the trumpet family.
2. a small cone of paper twisted at the end and used for holding candy, nuts, etc.
3. Brit. ice-cream cone.
[1325–75; Middle English < Middle French, Old French, =corn horn (< Latin cornū; see cornu) + -et -et]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.cornet - a brass musical instrument with a brilliant tonecornet - a brass musical instrument with a brilliant tone; has a narrow tube and a flared bell and is played by means of valves
brass instrument, brass - a wind instrument that consists of a brass tube (usually of variable length) that is blown by means of a cup-shaped or funnel-shaped mouthpiece
serpent - an obsolete bass cornet; resembles a snake
Translations
بوقبُوققَمْـع
kornetkornoutroh
kornetvaffel
kornetti
kornet
kornettpiszton
kornettkramarhús
コルネット
코넷
kornetas
konusveida saldējuma vafelekornete
kornet
glasstrut
แตรทองเหลืองขนาดเล็ก
kornetdondurma külahı
kèn cornet

cornet

[ˈkɔːnɪt] N
1. (Mus) → corneta f
2. (Brit) (= ice cream) → cucurucho m

cornet

[ˈkɔːrnɪt] n
(= instrument) → cornet m à pistons
He plays the cornet → Il joue du cornet à pistons.
(British) (for ice-cream)cornet m (de glace)corn exchange Corn Exchange [ˈkɔːrnɪksˈtʃeɪndʒ] n (British)halle m aux grainscorn-fed [ˈkɔːrnfɛd] adj [chicken] → de grain

cornet

n
(Mus) → Kornett nt
(= ice-cream cornet)(Eis)tüte f

cornet

[ˈkɔːnɪt] n
a. (Mus) → cornetta
b. (Brit) (ice cream) → cornetto, cono

cornet

(ˈkoːnit) , ((American) ko:rˈnet) noun
1. a brass musical instrument similar to the trumpet.
2. a cone-shaped wafer biscuit for holding ice-cream. an ice-cream cornet.

cornet

بُوق kornet kornet Kornett κορνέτα corneta kornetti cornet à pistons kornet cornetta コルネット 코넷 kornet kornett kornet corneta корнет glasstrut แตรทองเหลืองขนาดเล็ก kornet kèn cornet 短号
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If a bonus were needed, the band's highly rated soloists will include one of the world's top euphonium players, David Childs, son of the band's musical director Dr Robert Childs, plus Michelle Ibbotson one of the world's finest soprano cornetists who was the outstanding soprano cornet player at last year's British Open and this year's National Championships.
In a third and final subsection, Roelvink analyzes the documents relative to the group of musicians which consisted of two intoneerders (precentors), a variable number of singers (about one hundred were hired during the entire period 1519-68; see appendices 6 and 7), a few koralen (choirboys), an organist, a bellringer, and occasionally also a few other instrumentalists such as cornetists or trumpeters.