Egg

A female gamete. In nematodes, the first stage of the life cycle containing a zygote or a larva.

Egg

Egg is slang for to throw raw eggs at something or someone.
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egg

(1) A large gamete without flagellae that is fertilized by a sperm cell. An egg cell is also called an ovum. (2) A complex multicellular structure in which an animal embryo develops.
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Egg

Some animals hatch from eggs. Fossilized eggs from some prehistoric animals have been found.
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Egg

Most eggs come from hens, but duck, goose, and quail eggs are available too. Eggs should be refrigerated in the original container, large end up. Because the yolk is high in cholesterol, imitation eggs come from egg whites and additives.
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egg

[n] - oval reproductive body of a fowl (especially a hen) used as food 2. [n] - animal reproductive body consisting of an ovum or embryo together with nutritive and protective envelopes 3. [v] - throw eggs at 4. [v] - coat with beaten egg
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egg

An egg or ovum is a female reproductive cell produced by the ovaries. After fertisation by a sperm (a male reproductive cell), the two cells fuse together to form a single cell, from which an embryo develops.
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Egg

Egg: Ovum (plural: ova).
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Egg

Egg noun [ Middle English , from Icelandic egg ; akin to Anglo-Saxon æg (whence Middle English ey ), Swedish ägg , Danish æg , G. & Dutch ei , and probably to OSlav. aje , jaje , Latin ovum , Greek 'w,o`n , Ir. ugh
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Egg

Egg transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Egged ; present participle & verbal noun Egging .] [ Middle English eggen , Icelandic eggja , from egg edge. ....... See Edge .] To urge on; to instigate; to ...
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egg

A structure which the females of certain animal species lay as a means of reproduction, it contains a fertilized zygote and nutrition in the form of yolk for the developing offspring, sometimes contains other substances (e.g., the white of a hen's egg), sometimes surrounded by a protective outer shell. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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egg

eggs noun oval reproductive body of a fowl (especially a hen) used as food
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egg

(eg) ovum.
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Egg

• (n.) A simple cell, from the development of which the young of animals are formed; ovum; germ cell. • (n.) The oval or roundish body laid by domestic poultry and other birds, tortoises, etc. It consists of a yolk, usually surrounded by the `white` or albumen, and inclosed in a shell or strong membrane. • (n.) Anything resembling an...
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egg

in biology, the female sex cell, or gamete. In botany the egg is sometimes called a macrogamete. In zoology the Latin term for egg, ovum, is ... [48 related articles]
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egg

the content of the hard-shelled reproductive body produced by a bird, considered as food.[9 related articles]
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EGG

[file compression] The EGG file format is a compressed archive file format that supports for Unicode and intelligent compression algorithms. EGG format is created by ESTsoft and was first applied in their file compression software ALZip. The filename extension used by EGG is .egg . If an EGG archive is split into multiple smaller files, tho...
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egg

Type: Term Pronunciation: eg Definitions: 1. The female sexual cell, or gamete; after fertilization and fusion of the pronuclei it is a zygote; in humans the term egg is not used. In reptiles and birds, the egg is provided with a protective shell, membranes, albumin, and yolk for the nourishment of the embryo.
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Egg

[Python] ===Nobiin language=== ...
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Egg

[hieroglyph] The ancient Egyptian Egg hieroglyph, Gardiner sign listed no. H8, is a portrayal of an oval-shaped egg, tilted at an angle, within the Gardiner signs for parts of birds. It is an Egyptian language hieroglyph determinative used for the Egyptian word swht, `egg`. It is also used for the names of goddesses. Goddess Isis uses the e...
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Egg

[food] Eggs are laid by female animals of many different species, including birds, reptiles, amphibians, and fish, and have been eaten by humans for thousands of years. Bird and reptile eggs consist of a protective eggshell, albumen (egg white), and vitellus (egg yolk), contained within various thin membranes. Popular choices for egg consum...
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Egg

A female's reproductive cell produced by the ovary and fertilized by sperm to form an embryo. Also called an ovum.
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Egg

[car] Egg or Egg & Egli was a Swiss car make in business from 1896 to 1919. It was one of the more long-lived early Swiss car makes. It appeared at numerous auto shows and competed in France`s annual smash-up derby. == History == Rudolf Egg, an automotive engineer, built a car for his own use in 1893. He later founded the namesake company i...
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egg

Specifically, a chicken's egg and its mathematical equivalent. Eggs are often described as being oval in shape, which is effectively tautological since 'oval' comes from the Latin ovus for 'egg.' Strictly speaking, an oval is a flat two-dimensional curve, so it is more accurate to say that an egg is...
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Egg

A female reproductive cell that is produced by the ovaries and released during ovulation. The egg is about the size of a grain of sand and is the largest cell in the human body. During conception, the egg will become fertilized by sperm cells. The egg is responsible for supplying the maternal genetic material to the zygote at the point of ferti...
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