Definition of Cohorn. Meaning of Cohorn. Synonyms of Cohorn

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Definition of Cohorn

Cohorn
Cohorn Co"horn, n. (Mil.) See Coehorn.

Meaning of Cohorn from wikipedia

- A Coehorn /ˈkoʊhɔːrn/ (also spelled cohorn) is a lightweight mortar originally designed by Dutch military engineer Menno van Coe****n. Van Coe****n came...
- refers to a tinker's mortar. Another account refers to a hand mortar as a cohorn, and attributes its invention to a Dutch engineer, Menno Van Coe****n, who...
- entering Douglas Bay, Isle of Man 1833 "The feudal Keep, the bastions of Cohorn" Poems Composed or Suggested during a Tour in the Summer of 1833 1835 By...
- cOHOrn P. fluorescens bv.VI PL8 Q-DLys-AcOHDOrn-Ala-Gly-aDThr-Ser-cOHOrn P. fluorescens 1.3 Q-DAla-DLys-Gly-Gly-OHAsp-DGln/Dab-Gly-Ser-cOHOrn P. fluorescens...
- html accessed 25 Nov 2012 The London Gazette does refer to 'eight small cohorns' rather than five mortars. Heidler, (2004), pp24,56 ADM 37/5167 HMS Tonnant...
- two years later two light 6-pounders, two 12-pounder howitzers and two Cohorn mortars arrived with an ammunition store of about 500 rounds for each weapon...
- "Dignum laude virum Musa vetat mori." THE feudal Keep, the bastions of Cohorn, Even when they rose to check or to repel Tides of aggressive war, oft served...
- Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1986. ISBN 978-0-395-38814-3. Bowne, William L. Ye Cohorn Caravan: The Knox Expedition in the Winter of 1775-1776. New York: Knopf...
- with 16 guns and 70 men; and Bellona, described as carrying "16 guns, 4 cohorns and 8 swivels". Bellona set sail on her first voyage in September 1779...
- together with the artillery in Fort Balling, amount to 31 pieces of cannon, 1 cohorn, 1 howitzer, 1000 firelocks, a quantity of ammunition, and 2 stand of colours...