Taloned



noun
1.
a claw, especially of a bird of prey.
2.
the shoulder on the bolt of a lock against which the key presses in sliding the bolt.
3.
Cards. the cards left over after the deal; stock.
noun
1.
a sharply hooked claw, esp of a bird of prey
2.
anything resembling a bird’s claw
3.
the part of a lock that the key presses on when it is turned
4.
(cards) the pile of cards left after the deal
5.
(architect) another name for ogee
6.
(stock exchange) a printed slip attached to some bearer bonds to enable the holder to apply for a new sheet of coupons
talon
(tāl’ən)
One of the sharp, curved claws on a limb of a bird or other animal such as a lizard, used for seizing and tearing prey. Most talons are situated at the ends of digits.

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