antler

[n] - deciduous horn of a member of the deer family
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Antler

Ant'ler noun [ Middle English auntelere , Old French antoillier , andoiller , endouiller , from French andouiller , from an assumed Late Latin antocularis , from Latin ante before + oculus eye. See Ocular .] (Zoology) The entire
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antler

<zoology> The entire horn, or any branch of the horn, of a cervine animal, as of a stag. 'Huge stags with sixteen antlers.' (Macaulay) ... The branch next to the head is called the brow antler, and the branch next above, the bez antler, or bay antler. The main stem is the beam, and the branches are often called tynes. Antlers are deciduous bo
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antler

noun deciduous horn of a member of the deer family
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Antler

• (n.) The entire horn, or any branch of the horn, of a cervine animal, as of a stag.
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antler

(from the article `artiodactyl`) ...have several sorts of threatening displays. When sharp, potentially lethal horns appeared in early ruminants, intimidating displays rather than ... The antlers of deer are not horns. Shed yearly, they are composed entirely of bone, though they bear a velvety epidermal covering during the growth ... ...
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antler

antler 1. A solid bony branched horn found in pairs on the head of an animal, especially a male, of the deer family, including caribou and elk. Antlers are shed each year. 2. Etymology: from Anglo-French auntiler, from Old French antoillier; possibly from Vulgar Latin anteoculare; literally, 'horn growing before the eyes' ('in front of the eyes')
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Antler

[disambiguation] An antler is the large horn-like appendage of deer or related species. Antler may also refer to: People: Towns and Cities: In Martial Arts: Other: ...
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antler

antler: see horn.
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antler

`Horn` of a deer, often branched, and made of bone rather than horn. Antlers, unlike true horns, are shed and regrown each year. Reindeer of both sexes grow them, but in all other types of deer, only the males have antlers. During growth the antler is covered by a sensitive, hairy skin, kno...
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Antler

[poet] Antler (born Brad Burdick, 1946, Wauwatosa, Wisconsin, USA) is an American poet who lives in Wisconsin. Among other honors, Antler received the Whitman Prize from the Walt Whitman Association, given to the poet `whose contribution best reveals the continuing presence of Walt Whitman in American poetry,` in 1985. Antler also was award
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Antler

Antlers are extensions of the skull grown by members of the deer family. They are true bone structures that usually grow in symmetrical pairs. In most species, only males grow antlers and their primary function is to increase his likelihood of sexual selection by attracting females or fighting other males. In many temperate zone species, antlers a
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antler

a branched bony projection of the frontal bone; covered with vascularized tissue (velvet) during growth; shed annually.
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antler

attire or head of a stag, which was rated by doubling the number of tines borne by the antler with most. The extreme number was supposed to be 32 (BG, 203-4)
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antler

attire or head of a stag, which was rated by doubling the number of tines borne by the antler with most. The extreme number was supposed to be 32 (BG, 203-4)
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