an Asian camel, Camelus bactrianus, having two humps on the back: an endangered species.
And, however severe the weather may be, the Bactrian camel never sleeps under a roof.
Bible Animals; J. G. Wood
a two-humped camel, Camelus bactrianus, used as a beast of burden in the cold deserts of central Asia Compare Arabian camel
an ancient country in W Asia, between the Oxus River and the Hindu Kush Mountains. Capital: Bactra. Historical Examples THE bactrian camel may be at once known by the two humps upon its back, which give the animal a most singular appearance. Happy Days for Boys and Girls Various First, then, of the bactrian camel—that […]
pertaining to the rod or its use in punishing: baculine discipline in the classroom. Historical Examples baculine, bak′ū-līn, adj. pertaining to the stick or cane—in flogging. Chambers’s Twentieth Century Dictionary (part 1 of 4: A-D) Various The baculine method was a quite common mode of argument in those days. The Virginians William Makepeace Thackeray
having the shape of a rod; rod-shaped. adjective (biology) shaped like a rod: baculiform fungal spores
any ammonite of the genus Baculites, of the Cretaceous Period, having a straight shell with a spiral tip.