bur

  1. seed vessel having hooks or prickles
  2. small bit used in dentistry or surgery

bur

Type: Term Pronunciation: ber Definitions: 1. A rotary cutting instrument. 2. In ophthalmology, a device used to remove rust rings embedded in the cornea. Synonyms: burr
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bur

[n] - seed vessel having hooks or prickles 2. [n] - small bit used in dentistry or surgery 3. [v] - remove the burrs from
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bur

A rotary cutting instrument, used in dentistry, consisting of a small metal shaft and a head designed in various shapes; used at various rotational velocities for excavating decay, shaping cavity forms, and for reduction of tooth structure. ... See: burr. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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bur

noun small bit used in dentistry or surgery
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bur

burr noun seed vessel having hooks or prickles
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bur

burr verb remove the burrs from
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bur

(bur) a rotary instrument used to create openings in teeth, bones, or similar hard material. Also spelled burr.
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Bur

• (n.) Alt. of Burr
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bur

bur or burr,popular name for fruits that have barbed, pointed, or rough outgrowths. By clinging to the fur or hair of animals and the clothing of man they are transported from the parent plant, often great distances. Some common burs include those of the chestnut, burdock, bur marigold, and cocklebu...
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bur

In botany, a type of `false fruit` or pseudocarp, surrounded by numerous hooks; for instance, that of burdock Arctium, where the hooks are formed from bracts surrounding the flowerhead. Burs catch in the feathers or fur of passing animals, and thus may be dispersed ov...
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bur

Buried.
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bur

Cypsela enclosed in dry involucre, as in Xanthium
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Bur

a prickly or spiny seed or fruit
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Bur

A bur (also spelled burr) is a seed or dry fruit or infructescence that has hooks or teeth. Some other forms of diaspores, such as the stems of certain species of cactus also are covered with thorns and may function as burs. Bur-bearing plants such as Xanthium species are often single-stemmed when growing in dense groups, but branch and spread whe...
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bur

pussy
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BUR

Burmese.
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Bur

(Bor) Son of Buri; father of Odin, Hoenir, and Lothur.
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