the point at the end of a spearhead.
noun 1. a long, stabbing weapon for thrusting or throwing, consisting of a wooden shaft to which a sharp-pointed head, as of iron or steel, is attached. 2. a soldier or other person armed with such a weapon; spearman: an army of 40,000 spears. 3. a similar weapon or stabbing implement, as one for use […]
noun 1. the male side, or line of descent, of a family (opposed to distaff side or spindle side). noun 1. the male side or branch of a family Compare distaff side
[speer-throh-er] /ˈspɪərˌθroʊ ər/ noun, Anthropology. 1. a flexible device for launching a spear, usually a short cord wound around the spear so that when thrown the weapon will rotate in the air. 2. Also called atlatl. a rigid device for increasing the speed and distance of a spear when thrown, usually a flat wooden stick […]
noun 1. any of several buttercups having lance-shaped leaves and small flowers, as Ranunculus ambigens, of the eastern U.S., growing in mud. noun 1. any of several Eurasian ranunculaceous plants of the genus Ranunculus, such as R. flammula (lesser spearwort) and R. lingua (great spearwort), which grow in wet places and have long narrow leaves […]