Caterpillar

Larva of a moth, butterfly, or sawfly.

Caterpillar

[ride] The Caterpillar ride is a vintage flat ride engineered by the inventor Hyla F. Maynes of North Tonawanda, New York who dubbed it the Caterpillar when it debuted in Coney Island, NY in 1925. It is a fast-paced ride that generates a decent helping of centrifugal force, causing the riders on the inside of the seats to crush the riders o...
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Caterpillar

[disambiguation] A caterpillar is the larval form of some insects. Caterpillar or caterpillars may also refer to: ==Entertainment== ==Other== ...
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Caterpillar

worm-like larva of various insects, especially butterflies and moths.
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caterpillar

[adj] - having caterpillar treads or tracks on the wheels 2. [n] - (trademark) a large vehicle that is driven by caterpillar tracks 3. [n] - a wormlike and often brightly colored and hairy or spiny larva of a butterfly or moth
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Caterpillar

See larva.
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Caterpillar

Series of tracked construction vehicles [US]
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Caterpillar

Cat'er┬Ěpil`lar noun [ Middle English catyrpel , corrupted from Old French chatepelouse , or cate pelue , from chate , French chatte , she-cat, fem. of chat , Latin catus + Latin pilosus hairy, or French pelu hairy, from Latin pilus...
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caterpillar

noun a wormlike and often brightly colored and hairy or spiny larva of a butterfly or moth
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Caterpillar

noun a large tracked vehicle that is propelled by two endless metal belts; frequently used for moving earth in construction and farm work
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Caterpillar

• (n.) A plant of the genus Scorpiurus, with pods resembling caterpillars. • (n.) The larval state of a butterfly or any lepidopterous insect; sometimes, but less commonly, the larval state of other insects, as the sawflies, which are also called false caterpillars. The true caterpillars have three pairs of true legs, and several pairs of...
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caterpillar

larva of a butterfly or moth (Lepidoptera). Caterpillars have cylindrical bodies consisting of 13 segments, with three pairs of true legs on the ... [12 related articles]
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caterpillar

caterpillar 1. Believed to be from assumed late Latin catta pilosa, 'hairy cat'. 2. The larva of a butterfly or moth. Literally, 'a hairy she-cat', the word being derived from Old (North) French catte (French chatte, 'she-cat') and pelue, 'hairy'. It has a long soft body, many short legs, and often has brightly colored or spiny skin.
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caterpillar

caterpillar (kăt'upil"ur, kăt'ur–) , common name for the larva of a moth or butterfly. Caterpillars have distinct heads and are segmented and wormlike. They have three pairs of short, jointed legs (retained in the adult) on the thorax; in addition, they have unjointed, ...
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Caterpillar

A caterpillar is the larval stage of a butterfly or moth. Wormlike in form, the body is segmented, may be hairy, and often has scent glands. The head has strong biting mandibles, silk glands, and a spinneret. Many caterpillars resemble the plant on which they feed, dry twigs, or rolled leaves. Others are highly coloured and rely for their protectio...
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caterpillar

Type: Term Pronunciation: kat′er-pil′er Definitions: 1. The wormlike larval stage of a butterfly or a moth.
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caterpillar

Larval stage of a butterfly or moth. Wormlike in form, the body is segmented, may be hairy, and often has scent glands. The head has strong biting mandibles, silk glands, and a spinneret. Many caterpillars resemble the plant on which they feed, dry twigs, or rolled leaves. Others are highly coloured and rely for their protection on their irritant h...
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Caterpillar

[Alice`s Adventures in Wonderland] The Caterpillar (also known as the Hookah-Smoking Caterpillar) is a fictional character appearing in Lewis Carroll`s book, Alice`s Adventures in Wonderland. ==Appearance in Alice`s Adventures in Wonderland== Introduced in Chapter Four (`Rabbit Sends in a Little Bill`) and the main center of interest of Cha...
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Caterpillar

Caterpillars are the larval form of members of the order Lepidoptera (the insect order comprising butterflies and moths). They are mostly herbivorous in food habit, although some species are insectivorous. Caterpillars are voracious feeders and many of them are considered to be pests in agriculture. Many moth species are better known in their cate...
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Caterpillar

The larva of a moth, butterfly, or saw-fly.
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caterpillar

the immature stage of any Lepidoptera (butterflies and moths)
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Caterpillar

The immature stage (larva) of a butterfly, moth, or sawfly.
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Caterpillar

The larva of a butterfly, moth, sawfly, or scorpionfly.
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