Dewlap

A dewlap is a longitudinal flap of skin that hangs beneath the lower jaw or neck of many vertebrates. While the term is usually used in this specific context, it can also be used to include other structures occurring in the same body area with a similar aspect, such as those caused by a double chin or the submandibular vocal sac of a frog. In a mo...
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dewlap

(from the article `reptile`) ...or black depending on the species. Males of some species, such as the green anole (Anolis carolinensis) of the southeastern United States, have ... In size, the kouprey falls between the gaur and the somewhat smaller banteng. Its thin, long-legged body also possesses a large dewlap. Its ... [2 related ...
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dewlap

[n] - a hanging fold of loose skin on an elderly person`s neck
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Dewlap

• (n.) The flesh upon the human throat, especially when with age. • (n.) The pendulous skin under the neck of an ox, which laps or licks the dew in grazing.
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dewlap

noun a hanging fold of loose skin on an elderly person`s neck
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Dewlap

Dew'lap` noun [ Dew + lap to lick.] 1. The pendulous skin under the neck of an ox, which laps or licks the dew in grazing. 2. The flesh upon the human throat, especially when with age. [ Burlesque] « On her withered dewlap pour the ale.» Shak....
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Dewlap

a fold of loose skin
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Dewlap

a fold of loose skin
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Dewlap

a fold of skin hanging from the neck of some bovines, reptiles, and birds (Morris 1992).
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Dewlap

Another method of marking cattle similar to a waddle. A dewlap is formed by cutting a piece of skin so that it will grow into a distinctive hanging mark in a certain location. Used in conjunction with brands and earmarks.
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Dewlap

Fold of loose skin under the chin of female rabbits.
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Dewlap

Loose skin on the lower neck of animals such as eland, rabbits, and iguanas.
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Dewlap

Loose skin under throat
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Dewlap

Loose, pendulous skin under the throat and neck.
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Dewlap

Loose, pendulous skin under the throat and neck.
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Dewlap

Pendulous fold of skin under a rabbit's chin, occurring on does and sometimes on larger bucks, normal for most breeds, not a disease condition
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Dewlap

The area of loose skin on the front of the neck.
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Dewlap

the flap of skin below the beak of turkeys and some geese
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dewlap

The flap of skin on the throat of some lizards; like iguanas and anoles.
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dewlap

The fleshy, sometimes extensible, throat fans on some lizards
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Dewlap

the upper fold under the neck of a Merino sheep.
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Dewlap

This is the portion of skin which is extendable and lies behind a lizards neck.
Found on http://www.lizardsarchive.com/glossary.php

dewlap

turkey's wattle; flap of skin under the throat
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