Cornet vs. Coronet

Cornet vs. Coronet — Is There a Difference?

Difference Between Cornet and Coronet

Cornetnoun

(Music) A wind instrument of the trumpet class, having three valves operated by pistons.

Coronetnoun

A small crown worn by princes and princesses and by other nobles below the rank of sovereign.

Cornetnoun

(also kôrnĭt) A piece of paper twisted into a cone and used to hold small wares such as candy or nuts.

Coronetnoun

A chaplet or headband decorated with gold or jewels.

Cornetnoun

(also kôrnĭt) A headdress, often cone-shaped, worn by women in the 12th and 13th centuries.

Coronetnoun

The upper margin of a horse's hoof.

Cornetnoun

A musical instrument of the brass family, slightly smaller than a trumpet, usually in the musical key of B-flat.

Coronetnoun

A small crown, such as is worn by a noble.

Cornetnoun

A piece of paper twisted to be used as a container.

Coronetnoun

The ring of tissue between a horse's hoof and its leg.

Cornetnoun

A pastry shell to be filled with ice-cream, hence an ice cream cone.

Coronetnoun

The traditional lowest regular commissioned officer rank in the cavalry.

Cornetnoun

(obsolete) A troop of cavalry; so called from its being accompanied by a cornet player.

Coronetnoun

Any of several hummingbirds in the genus Boissonneaua.

Cornetnoun

A kind of organ stop.

Coronetnoun

A species of moth, Craniophora ligustri.

Cornetnoun

The white headdress worn by the Sisters of Charity.

Coronetnoun

a small crown; usually indicates a high rank but below that of sovereign

Cornetnoun

(obsolete) The standard flown by a cavalry troop.

Coronetnoun

margin between the skin of the pastern and the horn of the hoof

Cornetnoun

(historical) The fifth commissioned officer in a cavalry troop, who carried the colours (equivalent to the ensign in infantry).

Cornetnoun

a brass musical instrument with a brilliant tone; has a narrow tube and a flared bell and is played by means of valves