Tongue

The tongue is a muscular hydrostat on the floors of the mouths of most vertebrates which manipulates food for mastication. It is the primary organ of taste (gustation), as much of the upper surface of the tongue is covered in papillae and taste buds. It is sensitive and kept moist by saliva, and is richly supplied with nerves and blood vessels. In...
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Tongue

(1) The fleshy, moveable, muscular organ attached to the floor of the mouth; (2) or the barking or baying of hounds on the trail, as to give tongue, to open or speak.
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Tongue

• (n.) A projection, or slender appendage or fixture; as, the tongue of a buckle, or of a balance. • (v. i.) To use the tongue in forming the notes, as in playing the flute and some other wind instruments. • (n.) Any small sole. • (n.) That which is considered as resembing an animal`s tongue, in position or form. • (n.) The...
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Tongue

Tongue intransitive verb 1. To talk; to prate. Dryden. 2. (Mus.) To use the tongue in forming the notes, as in playing the flute and some other wind instruments.
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Tongue

Tongue noun [ Middle English tunge , tonge , Anglo-Saxon tunge ; akin to OFries. tunge , Dutch tong , Old Saxon tunga , German zunge , Old High German zunga , Icelandic & Swedish tunga , Dan tunge , Goth. tuggō , ...
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Tongue

Tongue transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Tongued ; present participle & verbal noun Tonguing .] 1. To speak; to utter. 'Such stuff as madmen tongue .' Shak. 2. To chide; to scold. « How ...
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tongue

1. <anatomy> An organ situated in the floor of the mouth of most vertebrates and connected with the hyoid arch. ... The tongue is usually muscular, mobile, and free at one extremity, and in man other mammals is the principal organ of taste, aids in the prehension of food, in swallowing, and in modifying the voice as in speech. 'To make his En...
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TONGUE

A device used to pull and/or steer a trailer.
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Tongue

A large muscle on the floor of the mouth that manipulates food for chewing and swallowing; the main organ of taste; it assists in forming speech sounds.
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Tongue

A long narrow strip of land, projecting into a body of water.
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tongue

A muscular organ on the floor of the mouth in most higher vertebrates that carries taste buds and manipulates food. It may act as a tactile or prehensile organ in some species. In some advanced vertebrates, the tongue is used in the articulation of sounds, particularly in human speech. The main an...
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tongue

A protrusible muscular organ on the floor of the oral cavity.
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Tongue

Cry, a hound gives tongue when he proclaims with his voice that he is on the line of a fox.
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Tongue

Flap that starts at the vamp of the shoe and goes the length of the top of the shoe. It is padded to offer cushioning from the laces.
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tongue

in most vertebrates, an organ, capable of various muscular movements, located on the floor of the mouth. In some animals (e.g., frogs) it is ... [17 related articles]
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tongue

In tetrapod vertebrates, a muscular organ usually attached to the floor of the mouth. It has a thick root attached to a U-shaped bone (hyoid), and is covered with a mucous membrane containing nerves and taste buds. It is the main organ of taste. The tongue directs food to the teeth and into the t...
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Tongue

Part of boot that runs up the front center of most lace-up styles. A fully gusseted tongue joins the tongue to the leather body via flexible material, keeping water and dirt out of the boot.
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Tongue

Sausage-shaped protuberance near the center or top of orchid throat.
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Tongue

The barking or baying of hounds on the trail, as to give tongue, to open or speak.
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Tongue

The flap of material sewn sewn from the toes to the top of the shoe that sits underneath the laces
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tongue

the flap of material under the laces of a shoe or boot.
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tongue

The most frequently used active articulator in all languages. The tongue can be divided into the following areas: the tip (Latin apex), blade (Latin lamina), back (Latin dorsum). The distinction between tip and blade is important for the production of dental and alveolar sounds. The tongue may also show a groove, for instance with palato-alveolar f...
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Tongue

The piece of leather that lies behind the laces.
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Tongue

The tongue is usually flat and moderately extensible. It consists of a network of bundles of striated muscle fibres, fibrous tissue, fat and lymphoid masses, mucous-producing glands, and a covering of mucous membrane. It is an extremely mobile muscle that enables one to taste food, move it around as it is chewed, push it back into the pharynx when ...
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Tongue

The vibrating element of a drone reed which has a single vibrating element. Chanter reeds have two vibrating elements or blades.
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