boar

A sexually mature male hog.
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Boar

An uncastrated male swine. In culinary terms, it is the male of a wild boar species found in Europe, Asia, North Africa and the U.S. Young boar is the best eating and is often prepared roasted, grilled, braised, or smoked like ham.
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boar

[n] - an uncastrated male hog
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Boar

An entire male pig.
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Boar

Boar (bōr) noun [ Middle English bar , bor , bore , Anglo-Saxon bār ; akin to Old High German pēr , Middle High German bēr , German bär , boar (but not bär bear), and perhaps Russian borov' boar.] (Zool...
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Boar

• (n.) The uncastrated male of swine; specifically, the wild hog.
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boar

any of the wild members of the pig species Sus scrofa, family Suidae. The term boar is also used to designate the male of the domestic pig, guinea ... [5 related articles]
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BOAR

The Bombardment Aircraft Rocket, also known as BOAR, the Bureau of Ordnance Aircraft Rocket, and officially as the 30.5-Inch Rocket, Mark 1, Mod 0, was an unguided air-to-surface rocket developed by the United States Navy`s Naval Ordnance Test Station during the 1950s. Intended to provide a standoff nuclear capability for carrier-based aircraft, ....
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boar

boar: see swine.
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Boar

A wild pig that is an ancestor of the domesticated hog
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Boar

Boar is a male, not castrated pig (swine). The term is also applied to distinguish wild hogs from domesticated hogs (pigs).
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boar

Wild member of the pig family, such as the Eurasian wild boar Sus scrofa, from which domestic pig breeds derive. The wild boar is sturdily built, being 1.5 m/4.5 ft long and 1 m/3 ft high, and possesses formidable tusks. Of gregarious nature and mainly woodland-dwelling, it feeds on roots, nuts, insects, and some carr...
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Boar

A term sometimes used to refer to a male animal, occasionally used in reference to reptiles, especially Indigo Snakes.
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Boar

A term sometimes used to refer to a male animal occasionally used in reference to reptiles especially Indigo Snakes.
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Boar

a term for a male domestic swine suitable for breeding.
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boar

wild boar (q.v.) in its fourth year (M, 43 (r))
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boar

wild boar (q.v.) in its fourth year (M, 43 (r))
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boar

Mature male swine.
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Boar

uncastrated male.
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boar

an uncastrated male swine
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Boar

a term for a male domestic swine suitable for breeding.
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Boar

An uncastrated male pig. Also, a wild pig that shares ancestors with the domesticated hog.
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