a large gray-to-golden seal, Erignathus barbatus, inhabiting the Arctic Ocean and adjacent waters, having square foreflippers and a thick mustache of long bristles on each side of the muzzle.
Many deer had been seen not far from the ship, and Hobson had shot a bearded seal.
In the Arctic Seas Francis Leopold McClintock
The bearded seal (P. barbata) is from seven to ten feet long.
The Desert World Arthur Mangin
The harpoon-line is made of the hide either of the bearded seal (Phoca barbata) or of the young walrus.
Eskimo Life Fridtjof Nansen
- Bearded tit
a small European bird, Panurus biarmicus, found in reedy places, the male of which has a tuft of black feathers on each side of the face. Historical Examples Their object in visiting this broad was to find the nest of the bearded tit, which Bell had told them bred there in great numbers. The Swan […]
- Bearded vulture
lammergeier. the largest Eurasian bird of prey, Gypaëtus barbatus, ranging in the mountains from southern Europe to China, having a wingspread of 9 to 10 feet (2.7 to 3 meters) and black feathers hanging from below the bill like a mustache. Historical Examples Birds of prey include the bearded vulture, aasvogel and several varieties of […]
having no beard or one shaved close to the skin. (of a male) very young or immature. Contemporary Examples Years later, a 1982 Los Angeles Times article was published under the headline, “beardless Wonders of Film Making.” Super 8: Abrams, Spielberg’s Homage to Their Hollywood Beginnings Marlow Stern June 9, 2011 Historical Examples Who would […]
the growth of hair on the face of an adult man, often including a mustache. Zoology. a tuft, growth, or part resembling or suggesting a human beard, as the tuft of long hairs on the lower jaw of a goat or the cluster of hairlike feathers at the base of the bill in certain birds. […]