nipple

a short, threaded tubular coupling used for making connections between pipe joints and other tools.
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Nipple

A short pipe installed between fittings. A pipe coupling that is threaded on both ends.
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Nipple

In its most general form, a nipple is a structure from which a fluid emanates. More specifically, it is the projection on the breasts or udder of a mammal by which breast milk is delivered to a mother`s young. In this sense, it is often called a teat, especially when referring to non-humans, and the medical term used to refer to it is papilla. Th....
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Nipple

• (n.) Any small projection or article in which there is an orifice for discharging a fluid, or for other purposes; as, the nipple of a nursing bottle; the nipple of a percussion lock, or that part on which the cap is put and through which the fire passes to the charge. • (n.) A pipe fitting, consisting of a short piece of pipe, usually p...
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nipple

(from the article `mastitis`) ...It begins almost exclusively during the first three weeks of nursing and is limited to the period of lactation (milk production). The bacterial ... The testes of male artiodactyls descend outside the body cavity but may regress into the abdomen in the nonbreeding season. Female pigs have many ... In t...
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nipple

(nip┬┤әl) the pigmented projection at the tip of each breast; it is smaller in men than women. In women it gives outlet to the lactiferous ducts. Called also mammary papilla, mammilla, and teat. any structure shaped like the nipple of the breast; see papilla.
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nipple

1. <anatomy> The protuberance through which milk is drawn from the breast or mamma; the mammilla; a teat; a pap. ... 2. The orifice at which any animal liquid, as the oil from an oil bag, is discharged. ... 3. Any small projection or article in which there is an orifice for discharging a fluid, or for other purposes; as, the nipple of a nursi...
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nipple

mammilla noun the small projection of a mammary gland
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Nipple

[plumbing] In plumbing and piping, a nipple is a fitting, consisting of a short piece of pipe, usually provided with a male pipe thread at each end, for connecting two other fittings. The length of the nipple is usually specified by the overall length with threads. It may have a hexagonal section in the center for wrench to grasp (sometimes...
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Nipple

Nip'ple noun [ Formerly neble , a dim. of neb . See Neb , Nib .] 1. (Anat.) The protuberance through which milk is drawn from the breast or mamma; the mammilla; a teat; a pap. 2. The orifice at which any animal liquid, as the oil from an oil bag, is ...
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nipple

A dark pigmented, rounded projection at the tip of the breast.
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Nipple

a short length of pipe installed between couplings or other fittings.
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Nipple

A short piece of threaded pipe used to connect two fittings.
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Nipple

A short pipe threaded on both ends installed between fittings.
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Nipple

A small, tubular protuberance, screwed into the breech end of a percussion-system firearm's barrel, upon which is fitted the percussion cap and through which, at the moment of the hammer's impact the detonating flash passes to the main propellant charge.
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Nipple

a specialized nut that most commonly attaches a spoke to a wheel rim. In some systems, it provides attachment to the hub.
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nipple

a straight section of rigid conduit not more than 0,6 m long and externally threaded at each end
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nipple

In anatomy, the small raised area in the center of the breast through which milk can flow to the outside.
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Nipple

Nipple: The pigmented projection on the surface of the breast. Ducts that conduct milk from the mammary glands to the surface of the breast exit through the nipple. The surrounding flat area of pigmentation is the areola.
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nipple

papilla of the breast, nipple 1. The protuberance through which milk is drawn from the breast or mamma; the mammilla; a teat; a pap. 2. The orifice at which any animal liquid is discharged; such as, the oil from an oil bag. 3. Any small projection or article in which there is an orifice for discharging a fluid, or for other purposes; as, the nipp...
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Nipple

The small raised area in the center of the breast that is surrounded by the areola. THe nipple contains the milk ducts, through which milk can be expressed. Synonym(s): Mammary Papilla Narrower term(s): Inverted Nipple Accessory Nipple
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nipple

Type: Term Pronunciation: nip′ĕl Definitions: 1. A bulblike or buttonlike projection at the apex of the breast on the surface of which the lactiferous ducts open; it is surrounded by a circular pigmented area, the areola. Synonyms: papilla mammae, mammilla2, papilla of breast, teat1, thele, thelium3
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nipple

[n] - the small projection of a mammary gland
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