clarion [klar-ee-uh n]
1. clear and shrill: the clarion call of a battle trumpet.
2. an ancient trumpet with a curved shape.
3. the sound of this instrument.
4. any similar sound.
Origin: 1275-1325; Middle English < Medieval Latin clarion- (stem of clario) trumpet, equivalent to clar- clear + -ion- -ion
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