Shinning



noun
1.
the front part of the leg from the knee to the ankle.
2.
the lower part of the foreleg in cattle.
3.
the shinbone or tibia, especially its sharp edge or front portion.
4.
Chiefly British. a cut of beef similar to the U.S. shank, usually cut into small pieces for stewing.
verb (used with or without object), shinned, shinning.
5.
to climb by holding fast with the hands or arms and legs and drawing oneself up.
noun
1.
the front part of the lower leg
2.
the front edge of the tibia
3.
(mainly Brit) a cut of beef, the lower foreleg
verb shins, shinning, shinned
4.
when intr, often foll by up. to climb (a pole, tree, etc) by gripping with the hands or arms and the legs and hauling oneself up
5.
(transitive) to kick (a person) in the shins
noun
1.
the 21st letter in the Hebrew alphabet (ש), transliterated as sh

shin (shĭn)
n.

The front part of the leg located below the knee and above the ankle.

The tibia.

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