drync-horn, n.n: drinking horn. (DRUNCH-HORN / ˈdrɝntʃ-ˌhɔrn)

drinking horn
One of a pair of drinking horns, late 6th century AD. From the princely burial at Taplow, Buckinghamshire. Made from aurochs horns with silver-gilt mounts. (British Museum)

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