[rey-zer-bak] /ˈreɪ zərˌbæk/
a finback or rorqual.
a wild or semiwild hog with a ridgelike , common in the southern U.S.
a sharp narrow ridge or range of hills.
Also, razorbacked, razor-backed. having a sharp ridge along the .
Also called finback. the common rorqual See rorqual
a semiwild or wild pig of the southeastern US, having a narrow body, long legs, and a ridged back
type of pig with a sharp ridge-like back, 1849, from razor (n.) + back (n.). Especially of feral hogs in the U.S. South. Also used of narrow ridges of land.
A manual laborer; roustabout (1940s+ Circus & hoboes)
- Razorbill auk
/ˈreɪzəˌbɪl/ noun 1. a common auk, Alca torda, of the North Atlantic, having a thick laterally compressed bill with white markings
- Razor-billed auk
[rey-zer-bild] /ˈreɪ zərˌbɪld/ noun 1. a black and white auk, Alca torda, of the American and European coasts of the northern North Atlantic, having a compressed black bill encircled by a white band.
[rey-zer-bleyd] /ˈreɪ zərˌbleɪd/ noun 1. a sharp-edged metal blade for use in a razor.
noun 1. any bivalve mollusk of the family Solenidae, especially of the genus Ensis, having a long, rectangular, slightly curved shell.