Rostrum

A portable platform usually in the form of a collapsible hinged framework (gate rostrum) with a separate top. Used to raise specific parts of the action or scene.

rostrum

(from the article `Duilius, Gaius`) ...bows and used to pierce enemy vessels) of captured Carthaginian ships. Called the columna rostrata, it was a favourite site for speeches. The ...
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Rostrum

(Latin) literally a beak; through metonymy, the rostrum takes on the meaning of the prow of the ship.
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Rostrum

(Plural: rostra) A moveable platform
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Rostrum

(Plural: rostra) A platform, whether moveable or fixed.
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rostrum

(rosĀ“trәm) Latin word meaning beak-shaped structure; a term used in anatomy. the oral and nasal region.
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Rostrum

• (n.) A pair of forceps of various kinds, having a beaklike form. • (n.) The Beaks; the stage or platform in the forum where orations, pleadings, funeral harangues, etc., were delivered; -- so called because after the Latin war, it was adorned with the beaks of captured vessels; later, applied also to other platforms erected in Rome for ...
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rostrum

noun beaklike projection of the anterior part of the head of certain insects such as e.g. weevils
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Rostrum

[anatomy] The term rostrum (from the Latin rostrum, meaning `beak`) is used for a number of unrelated structures in different groups of animals: ...
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Rostrum

Ros'trum (-trŭm) noun ; plural Latin Rostra , English Rostrums . [ Latin , beak, ship's beak, from rodere , rosum , to gnaw. See Rodent .] 1. The beak or head of a ship. 2. plural ( Rostra ) (Rom. Antiq.) The Bea...
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Rostrum

a beak like extension
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Rostrum

a beak like extension
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Rostrum

A beak or snout, applied especially to the piercing mouth-parts of bugs and the elongated snouts of weevils.
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Rostrum

A beak or snout, applied especially to the piercing mouth-parts of bugs and the elongated snouts of weevils.
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rostrum

a beak-like extension
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rostrum

a beak-like extension of the anther which assists in gluing the pollinia to the pollinator
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rostrum

a platform raised above the surrounding level
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Rostrum

a projecting snout or beak
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Rostrum

a projecting snout or beak
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Rostrum

an elongate or extended snout.
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rostrum

An extension of the carapace between the eyes projecting anteriorly.
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rostrum

bill of a bird, beak.
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Rostrum

Bones of the muzzle.
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Rostrum

in belemnites, the rear part of the bullet-shaped, cylindrical internal shell, also called the guard. Its purpose was possibly to act as a counter-balance to the weight of the animal's head and tentacles
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Rostrum

In cetaceans, a forward extension of the upper jaw. Adj. rostral.
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