plural of scutum.
noun, plural scuta
[skyoo-tuh] /ˈskyu tə/ (Show IPA), for 1, 2.
Zoology. scute (def 1).
a large, oblong shield used by the heavy legionaries of ancient Rome.
[skoo-tahy] /ˈsku taɪ/ (Show IPA). (initial capital letter) Astronomy. the Shield, a southern constellation north of Sagittarius and east of Aquila, containing a small, very bright star cloud.
the plural of scutum
noun (pl) -ta (-tə)
the middle of three plates into which the notum of an insect’s thorax is divided
another word for scute
a large Roman shield
noun (Latin genitive) Scuti (ˈskjuːtaɪ)
a small faint constellation in the S hemisphere lying between Sagittarius and Aquila and crossed by the Milky Way Also called Scutum Sobieskii (sɒˈbjɛskɪ)
noun 1. (in the feudal system) a payment exacted by a lord in lieu of military service due to him by the holder of a fee. noun 1. (in feudal society) a payment sometimes exacted by a lord from his vassal in lieu of military service
noun 1. Lake, a lake between NW Albania and Montenegro. About 135 sq. mi. (350 sq. km). 2. Italian name of Shkodër. 3. former name of Üsküdar. noun 1. (ˈskuːtərɪ; skuːˈtɑːrɪ) the former name of Üsküdar 2. (skuˈtari) the Italian name for Shkodër
adjective 1. Botany. formed like a round buckler. 2. Zoology. having scutes, shields, or large scales. adjective 1. (of animals) having or covered with large bony or horny plates 2. (botany) shaped like a round shield or buckler: a scutate leaf
verb (used with object) 1. to dress (flax) by beating. 2. Also, scotch. to dress (brick or stone). noun 3. Also called scutcher. a device for scutching flax fiber. 4. Also, scotch. a small picklike tool with two cutting edges for trimming brick. verb 1. (transitive) to separate the fibres from the woody part of […]