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horn·y

 (hôr′nē)
adj. horn·i·er, horn·i·est
1. Having horns or hornlike projections.
2. Made of horn or a similar substance.
3. Tough and calloused: horny skin.
4. Vulgar Slang
a. Desirous of sexual activity.
b. Sexually aroused.

[Sense 4, from horn, an erection.]

horn′i·ness n.

horny

(ˈhɔːnɪ)
adj, hornier or horniest
1. of, like, or hard as horn
2. having a horn or horns
3. slang
a. sexually aroused
b. provoking or intended to provoke sexual arousal
c. sexually eager or lustful
ˈhornily adv
ˈhorniness n

horn•y

(ˈhɔr ni)

adj. horn•i•er, horn•i•est.
1. consisting of a horn or a hornlike substance; corneous.
2. having a horn or horns.
3. hornlike through hardening; callous: horny hands.
4. Slang: Sometimes Vulgar.
a. lustful.
b. sexually excited.
[1350–1400]
horn′i•ness, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.horny - feeling great sexual desirehorny - feeling great sexual desire; "feeling horny"
sexy - marked by or tending to arouse sexual desire or interest; "feeling sexy"; "sexy clothes"; "sexy poses"; "a sexy book"; "sexy jokes"
2.horny - having horns or hornlike projections; "horny coral"; "horny (or horned) frog"
horned - having a horn or horns or hornlike parts or horns of a particular kind; "horned viper"; "great horned owl"; "the unicorn--a mythical horned beast"; "long-horned cattle"
3.horny - made of horn (or of a substance resembling horn)
hard - resisting weight or pressure

horny

adjective (Informal) aroused, excited, turned on (slang), randy (informal, chiefly Brit.), raunchy (slang), amorous, lustful horny adolescent boys
Translations
سَهْل الإثارة جِنْسِيّاصَلْب كالقُرونقَرْني الشَّكل
mozolnatýnadrženýrohovitý
barkethornagtighornetliderligsexet
felizgultkérgesszarus
gerîur úr horni, eins og hornharîur; siggróinn
mozoľnatýrohovitý
boynuz gibiboynuz gibi sertşehvetli

horny

[ˈhɔːnɪ] ADJ (hornier (compar) (horniest (superl)))
1. (= hard) [material] → córneo; [hands] → calloso
2. (= randy) → caliente, cachondo (Sp, Mex)

horny

[ˈhɔːrni] adj
(= aroused) → excité(e)
[hands] → calleux/euse
[nail, layer] → corné(e)

horny

adj (+er)
(= like horn)hornartig; hands etcschwielig; soleshornig
(inf) (= sexually aroused)scharf (inf), → geil (inf); (Brit: = sexually attractive) → scharf (inf)

horny

[ˈhɔːnɪ] adj (-ier (comp) (-iest (superl))) (like horn) → corneo/a; (hands) → incallito/a, calloso/a (fam) (randy) → arrapato/a, eccitato/a

horn

(hoːn) noun
1. a hard object which grows (usually in pairs) on the head of a cow, sheep etc. A ram has horns.
2. the material of which this is made. spoons made of horn; (also adjective) horn spoons.
3. something which is made of horn. a shoehorn.
4. something which looks like a horn in shape. a snail's horns.
5. the apparatus in a car etc which gives a warning sound. The driver blew his horn.
6. an instrument, formerly an animal's horn but now made of brass, that is blown to produce a musical sound. a hunting-horn.
7. (also French horn) the type of coiled brass horn that is played in orchestras etc.
horned adjective
having a horn or horns. a horned animal.
-horned
a long-horned antelope.
ˈhorny adjective
1. like horn. a horny substance.
2. as hard as horn. horny hands.
3. (slang) sexually excited; easily aroused sexually. feeling horny.
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There was a remarkable LE anterior chamber reaction with dust-like keratic precipitates, cells (4+), flare (2+), and some iris nodules.
Keratic precipitates (on top of stromal and epithelial edema) and a mild-to-moderate iritis are signs of endotheliitis.
Slit-lamp examination showed keratic precipitates and Tyndall effect flare.
On admission, his best-corrected visual acuity was 0.01 in the right eye and 0.25 in the left eye; intraocular pressure was 16 mmHg in the right eye and 21 mmHg in the left eye; the right eye had mild anterior chamber inflammation with small mutton-fat keratic precipitates, 2+ flare, and 3+ cells, respectively [Figure 1]a; dilated examination revealed vitreous hemorrhage with invisible fundus [Figure 1]b; and no significant finding was noted in the left eye.
Slit lamp examination revealed keratic precipitates, posterior synechiae of the iris, and 1+ cells and flare in the anterior chamber OD.
The results of subconjunctival hemorrhage, conjunctival congestion, corneal swelling, whole corneal staining (incision site excluded), keratic precipitates, and anterior chamber flare were all evaluated with a dichotomous scale and recorded as absent or present.
She was referred to the ophthalmology clinic and fundoscopy showed pigmented keratic precipitates on the cornea and frosted branch angiitis in the left eye.
He had a central scotoma in the right eye, with initially preserved peripheral vision that rapidly deteriorated; fundoscopy was highly suggestive of panuveitis, with fine keratic granulomatous precipitates, aqueous cells, flare grade 1, and choroidal and subretinal infiltration in the posterior pole (Figure 2(a)).
For keratic precipitates, central guttata The specular endothelial reflection provides a gross estimate of the endothelium in terms of cell density, pleomorphism and presence of guttata.
Active intraocular inflammation was defined by the presence of nongranulomatous keratic precipitates (100%), flare and cells in the anterior chamber (100%), vitreous cells (75%), and retinal vasculitis (100%) as shown by fundus fluorescein angiography (FFA).
Slit lamp biomicroscopic examination of both eyes revealed keratic precipitates (KP), severe inflammatory reaction in anterior chamber and vitreous humour (cellular reaction +3), posterior synechiae and opacities in the inferior part of vitreous.