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clarion (n.)

"small, high-pitched trumpet," early 14c., from Old French clarion "(high-pitched) trumpet, bugle" and directly from Medieval Latin clarionem (nominative clario) "a trumpet," from Latin clarus "clear" (see clear (adj.)). Clarion call in the figurative sense "call to battle" is attested from 1838 (clarion's call is from 1807).

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Definitions of clarion
1
clarion (v.)
blow the clarion;
clarion (v.)
proclaim on, or as if on, a clarion;
2
clarion (n.)
a medieval brass instrument with a clear shrill tone;
3
clarion (adj.)
loud and clear;
a clarion call
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