canine

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Of, or pertaining to, a dog or dogs

We carried the dog round to the yard, and I examined his head. . . . I accepted the care of the canine patient.

A king and a nine as a starting hand in Texas hold 'em due to phonetic similarity
In heterodont mammals, the pointy tooth between the incisors and the premolars; a cuspid
Dog-like

In many respects she made me an admirable wife. Her affection for me was canine—positively.

A dog or wolf, as distinct from a fox, which is a vulpine
Of or pertaining to mammalian teeth which are cuspids or fangs

Then his upper lip may be seen to be raised, especially at the corners, so that his huge canine teeth are exhibited.

characteristic of a dog
{a} belonging to or like a dog, snnappish
Of, or pertaining to, the dog
{s} like a dog, pertaining to a dog; of or pertaining to a canine tooth
Of or pertaining to the pointed tooth on each side the incisors
The third tooth from the middle of the jaw There are totally 4 of them They are the longest teeth in human
Of, pertaining to, or designating the tooth next to the incisors in mammals; fang
Canine means relating to dogs. research into canine diseases. relating to dogs (caninus, from canis ). or canid Any domestic or wild dog or doglike mammal (e.g., wolf, jackal, fox) in the family Canidae, found throughout the world except in Antarctica and on most ocean islands. Canines tend to be slender and long-legged, with a long muzzle, bushy tail, erect pointed ears, and well-developed canine and cheek teeth. They prey on all types of animals; some also eat carrion and vegetable matter. They probably were the first animals to be domesticated. Though helpful in controlling rodent and rabbit populations, canines have been hunted for their pelts and slaughtered to prevent their reputed (and sometimes real) destruction of livestock and large game
A canine tooth
one of the four pointed conical teeth (two in each jaw) located between the incisors and the premolars
Of or pertaining to the family Canidæ, or dogs and wolves; having the nature or qualities of a dog; like that or those of a dog
A conical or spade-like tooth (depending on species) located between the incisors and premolars
of or relating to or characteristic of members of the family Canidae
another name for cuspids, canine teeth are the pointy teeth just behind the laterals
are animals of the dog family Canine Parvovirus - a viral disease that can kill members of the dog family
of or relating to a pointed conical tooth
A king and a nine as a starting hand in Texas hold em
any of various fissiped mammals with nonretractile claws and typically long muzzles one of the four pointed conical teeth (two in each jaw) located between the incisors and the premolars of or relating to or characteristic of members of the family Canidae of or relating to a pointed conical tooth
{i} member of the dog family Canidae; sharp pointed tooth located between the front teeth (incisors) and the molars
any of various fissiped mammals with nonretractile claws and typically long muzzles
canine teeth
plural form of canine tooth
canine tooth
One of the pointed teeth behind the incisors and in front of the premolar teeth
canine chorea
chorea in dogs
canine distemper
a viral disease of young dogs characterized by high fever and respiratory inflammation
canine madness
Rabies
canine madness
Hydrophobia
canine tooth
one of the four pointed conical teeth (two in each jaw) located between the incisors and the premolars
canine tooth
The second tooth from the big front tooth, commonly called the eye tooth or cuspid
canine tooth
sharp pointed tooth located between the front teeth (incisors) and the molars, cuspid tooth, fang
canines
the cornerstone of the mouth, the fangs or the cuspid (upper and lower)
canines
The type of dog-like creatures Includes jackals, wolves and many others
canines
The pointy and not prominent teeth next to the lateral incisors They have one point and are also called cuspids
canines
Four of the thirty-two secondary teeth which function as wedges to pierce and hold foods
canines
plural of canine
canines
pair of upper teeth, see [3: permanent teeth ]
canines
Pointed molars in the upper and in the lower jaws
canines
The four teeth in the front corners of the mouth Usually large and pointed in carnivores, but may be small or absent in herbivores They are the first teeth in the maxilla, called eye-teeth in humans
canine

    Hyphenation

    ca·nine

    Turkish pronunciation

    keynayn

    Pronunciation

    /ˈkāˌnīn/ /ˈkeɪˌnaɪn/

    Etymology

    [ 'kA-"nIn, British also ] (noun.) 15th century. From Latin caninus (“of the dog, dog-like”)

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