A topographic surname for someone living near a thorn bush. (proper-noun)
Examples of word thorn
However, the Patrol force finally succeeded in working out a combination of the immersed-antenna and the semipermeable-condenser types, which they called the Thorn-dyke heavy-duty switch.
K. does will identify with his despair and cheer him as he comes to share Poker Face Jace's conviction that "what you call a Thorn & a Curse is really a Blessing."
Can the Fables and the Literals unite to keep Kevin Thorn from writing them out of existence?
The book opens where Old Man's Cave left off: the rat creatures and their human allies begin the assault on the Northern Valley's only stronghold while Fone Bone and his companions rescue Thorn from the Hooded One's sacrifice.
The young woman Thorn is pretty and probably about twenty, with a chipper personality and exceptionally big hair.