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Definition of Ungues

Ungues
Unguis Un"guis, n.; pl. Ungues. [L., nail, claw, or hoof.] 1. The nail, claw, talon, or hoof of a finger, toe, or other appendage. 2. (Zo["o]l.) One of the terminal hooks on the foot of an insect. 3. (Bot.) The slender base of a petal in some flowers; a claw; called also ungula.

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- recorded feeding on Paederia scandens var. mairei. Macroglossum ungues ungues Macroglossum ungues cheni Yen, Kitching & Tzen, 2003 (Lanyu Island in Taiwan)...
- the pretarsus most insects have a pair of claws unguis, plural ungues. Between the ungues a median unguitractor plate supports the pretarsus. The plate...
- unguis, meaning a keratin structure at the end of a digit. Other examples of ungues include the claw, hoof and talon. The nails of primates and the hooves of...
- kingdom of heaven"); motto of the Cathedral School, Townsville. tanquam ex ungue leonem we know the lion by his claw Said in 1697 by Johann Bernoulli about...
- 1927) In other words, one can extrapolate the whole from the part. Ex ungue leonem, "from its claw [we can know] the lion," is a similar phrase, noted...
- recognised as Newton's work, "as the lion by its claw" (in Latin, tanquam ex ungue leonem). John Wallis, who was 80 years old at the time, had learned of the...
- Active April 2002 - March 2016 Role Intelligence Station RAF Marham Motto(s) Oculi Propter Ungues Commanders Officer Commanding Wing Commander Paul Fraser...
- as in the mouthparts of many fly larvae. (also uncate) unguis (plural ungues) the claws at the tip of most insect pretarsi. urite a segment or part of...
- baguette guerrilla, beleaguered /weɪ/ segued, /wɛ/ guenon /wə/ unguent, /wiː/ ungues /juːə/ arguer, /eɪ/ merengue /iː/ dengue, Portuguese after r or cons. +...
- kingdom of heaven"); motto of the Cathedral School, Townsville. tanquam ex ungue leonem we know the lion by his claw Said in 1697 by Johann Bernoulli about...
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