[lin-sang] /ˈlɪn sæŋ/
any of several civetlike carnivores of the genera Prionodon, of the East Indies, and Poiana, of Africa, having retractile claws and a long tail: some East Indies linsangs are endangered.
any of several forest-dwelling viverrine mammals, Poiana richardsoni of W Africa or either of the two species of Prionodon of S Asia: closely related to the genets, having a very long tail and a spotted or banded coat of thick fur
[lin-seed] /ˈlɪnˌsid/ noun 1. . /ˈlɪnˌsiːd/ noun 1. another name for flaxseed n. Old English linsæd “seed of flax,” widely regarded in ancient times as a source of medical treatments, from lin “flax” (see linen) + sæd “seed” (see seed).
noun 1. a cake or a mass made by expressing the oil from linseed, used chiefly as feed for cattle.
noun 1. ground linseed cake.
noun 1. a drying oil obtained by pressing flaxseed, used in making paints, printing inks, linoleum, etc. noun 1. a yellow oil extracted from seeds of the flax plant. It has great drying qualities and is used in making oil paints, printer’s ink, linoleum, etc