As nouns the difference between sorner and horner
is that sorner
is (scotland) one who obtrudes himself on another for bed and board while horner
is (informal) someone who is from the horn of africa.
As a proper noun horner is
Other Comparisons: What's the difference?
(Scotland) One who obtrudes himself on another for bed and board.
- (De Quincey)
One who works or deals in horn or horns.
* 1873 , Calendar of State Papers
(obsolete) One who blows a horn.
- As also all patents for new inventions not put in practice within three years, likewise the several grants of incorporation to hatband makers, gutstring makers, spectacle makers, comb makers, tobacco-pipe makers, butchers, and horners .
(obsolete) One who horns or cuckolds.
The British sand lance or sand eel, Ammodytes lanceolatus .