spawn

[n] - the mass of eggs deposited by fish or amphibians or molluscs 2. [v] - emit spawn, of fish
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Spawn

release of ova (eggs) fertilized or to be fertilized.
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Spawn

Spawn transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Spawned ; present participle & verbal noun Spawning .] [ Middle English spanen , Old French espandre , properly, to shed, spread, Latin expandere to spread out. See...
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Spawn

Spawn intransitive verb 1. To deposit eggs, as fish or frogs do. 2. To issue, as offspring; -- used contemptuously.
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Spawn

Spawn noun [ √170. See Spawn , transitive verb ] 1. The ova, or eggs, of fishes, oysters, and other aquatic animals. 2. Any product or offspring; -- used contemptuously. 3. (Hort.) The buds or branches produced from underground stems...
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spawn

1. To produce or deposit (eggs), as fishes or frogs do. ... 2. To bring forth; to generate; used in contempt. 'One edition [of books] spawneth another.' (Fuller) ... Origin: OE. Spanen, OF. Espandre, properly, to shed, spread, L. Expandere to spread out. See Expand. ... 1. To deposit eggs, as fish or frogs do. ... 2. To issue, as offspring; used co...
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spawn

noun the mass of eggs deposited by fish or amphibians or molluscs
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Spawn

• (v. t.) To bring forth; to generate; -- used in contempt. • (v. t.) The buds or branches produced from underground stems. • (v. i.) To deposit eggs, as fish or frogs do. • (v. i.) To issue, as offspring; -- used contemptuously. • (v. t.) The ova, or eggs, of fishes, oysters, and other aquatic animals. • (v. t.) The w...
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Spawn

[biology] Spawn is the eggs and sperm released or deposited, usually into water, by aquatic animals. As a verb, spawn refers to the process of releasing the eggs and sperm, also called spawning. Most aquatic animals, apart from aquatic mammals, reproduce through a process of spawning. Spawn consists of the reproductive cells (gametes) of aq...
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SPAWN

SPAWN, the Salmon Protection and Watershed Network, is a project of the Turtle Island Restoration Network (TIRN), a United States 501(c)(3) nonprofit environmental organization. SPAWN`s stated mission is to `protect endangered salmon in the Lagunitas Creek Watershed and the environment on which we all depend.` SPAWN uses a multi-faceted approac......
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Spawn

[computing] Spawn in computing refers to a function that loads and executes a new child process. The current process may wait for the child to terminate or may continue to execute asynchronously. Creating a new subprocess requires enough memory in which both the child process and the current program can execute. There is a family of spawn f...
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Spawn

[handheld game] Spawn, by Konami for the Game Boy Color video game system, is a side-scrolling action based game based on the Spawn comic book character. The game was noted for its extensive use of digitized speech in cutscenes, a largely uncommon feature in Game Boy games. ==Story== Special agent Al Simmons is tricked by his military team ...
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Spawn

The act of reproduction of fishes. The mixing of the sperm of a male fish and the eggs of a female fish.
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Spawn

The area in which the player initially spawns and/or any area in which they respawn.
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Spawn

The dried mycelium of mushrooms used in propagation.
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Spawn

The behavior of fish where females deposit eggs (also called spawn) on various surfaces (varying with species) and the male produces necessary milt to ultimately turn the eggs into fry.
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Spawn

the eggs of fish
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Spawn

the reproductive behavior of fish; varies by species.
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Spawn

The act of reproduction of fishes. The mixing of the sperm of a male fish and the eggs of a female fish.
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Spawn

the time during which bass reproduce by building beds or nests, laying eggs and protecting eggs and fry; the timing of the spawn is related to water temperature and occurs in spring in most parts of the country
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Spawn

The behavior of fish where females deposit eggs (also called spawn) on various surfaces (varying with species) and the male produces necessary milt to ultimately turn the eggs into fry.
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Spawn

the behavior of fish where females deposit eggs (also called spawn) on various surfaces (varying with species) and the male produces necessary milt to ultimately turn the eggs into fry.
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spawn

To breed; especially, to breed by releasing eggs and sperm into the water.
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Spawn

The behavior of fish where females deposit eggs (also called spawn) on various surfaces (varying with species) and the male produces necessary milt to ultimately turn the eggs into fry.
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Spawn

To release sperm and eggs
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