bayonet hair bay·o·net hair (bā’ə-nĭt, -nět’, bā’ə-nět’)
Hair that is spindle-shaped at its tapered ends because of a developmental defect.
- Bayonet socket
a cylindrical socket having one or more L -shaped slots, the longer side parallel and the shorter side perpendicular to the axis of the socket, along which a knoblike projection on the object slides in such a way that a twist of the object when fully inserted locks it into place.
a daggerlike steel weapon that is attached to or at the muzzle of a gun and used for stabbing or slashing in hand-to-hand combat. a pin projecting from the side of an object, as the base of a flashbulb or camera lens, for securing the object in a bayonet socket. to kill or wound with […]
a seaport in NE New Jersey. a seaport in SW France, near the Bay of Biscay. Contemporary Examples We had to leave the Sud Express at Bayonne and took a hard-benched local to St-Jean, a place that Hemingway had greatly enjoyed. Is This Hemingway’s Pamplona or a Lot of Bull? Clive Irving July 12, 2014 […]
- Bayonne ham
noun a mild smoked boneless French ham that is cured in wine and similar to prosciutto; also called jambon Bayonne Word Origin from its origin near Bayonne, France Usage Note cooking