Hornily

horny

[hawr-nee]
adjective, hornier, horniest.
1.
consisting of a horn or a hornlike substance; corneous.
2.
having a horn or horns or hornlike projections; horned.
3.
hornlike as a result of hardening; callous: horny hands.
4.
Slang: Vulgar.
b.
sexually excited.
5.
Archaic. semiopaque or somewhat translucent, like horn.

Origin:
1350–1400; Middle English; see horn, -y1

hornily, adverb
horniness, noun
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horny (ˈhɔːnɪ)
 
adj , hornier, 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
 
'hornily
 
adv
 
'horniness
 
n

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horny
"lustful, sexually aroused," definitely in use 1889, perhaps attested as early as 1863; from late 18c. slang expression to have the horn, suggestive of male sexual excitement (but eventually applied to women as well); see horn.
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horny horn·y (hôr'nē)
adj. horn·i·er, horn·i·est

  1. Made of horn or a similar substance.

  2. Tough and calloused, as of skin.

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