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give (someone) the horn

To cause someone to become lustful or sexually excited; to sexually arouse someone. It's a little embarrassing to admit, but men in uniform totally give me the horn!
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Meiring then gave the horn to Lukman, who took it to Zimbabwe, where a friend packaged it for smuggling into the United States.
We gave the Horns a miss and took the fastest way down, just to give ourselves some scenery to look at.
Playing a total of 15 songs, four of which are Symphovania's original compositions including The Beatles' classic Yesterday that they re-arranged and turned into a power ballad, the band's performance can be described as confident."Metal" aficionados swayed, gave the horned hand gesture--initiated by Metal legend Dio--and head-banged in one of the most well organized concerts that I have attended.
The band showed they haven't lost any of their showmanship as Gene Simmons, aka The Demon, gave the horned salute and whipped out his tongue.