a large, black gibbon, Hylobates syndactylus, of Sumatra and the Malay Peninsula, having very long arms and the second and third digits partially united by a web of skin: an endangered species.
a large black gibbon, Hylobates (or Symphalangus) syndactylus, of Sumatra and the Malay Peninsula, having a large reddish-brown vocal sac beneath the chin and the second and third toes united
adjective 1. of or relating to Siam, its people, or their language. 2. Thai (def 3). 3. twin; closely connected; similar. 4. Informal. dual; combined; twofold or two-way: a Siamese sprinkler. noun, plural Siamese. 5. a native of Siam. 6. Thai (def 2). 7. Siamese cat. 8. (usually lowercase) a standpipe placed outside a building […]
noun 1. one of a breed of slender, short-haired cats, raised originally in Siam, having a fawn or grayish body with extremities of a darker shade of the same color. noun 1. a short-haired breed of cat with a tapering tail, blue eyes, and dark ears, mask, tail, and paws
noun 1. a labyrinth fish, Betta splendens, that has been bred for centuries to develop brilliant coloration, very long fins, and pugnacity. Siamese fighting fish noun 1. a brightly coloured labyrinth fish, Betta splendens, of Thailand and Malaysia, having large sail-like fins: the males are very pugnacious
noun 1. (not in technical use) conjoined twin. Siamese twin Si·a·mese twin (sī’ə-mēz’, -mēs’) n. Either of a pair conjoined twins. No longer in technical use.