noun, Horology.
a wheel next to the winding knob, having two sets of teeth, one at right angles to its plane.
any of various wheels having the form of a hoop or short cylinder with a serrated edge, as the escape wheel in a verge escapement.
(horology) the wheel next to the winding knob that has one set of teeth at right angles to the other
the larger of the two gears in a bevel gear


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