bottle-nose definition

  • noun:
    • A grey cetacean for the Dolphin family members, of a few types, as Delphinus Tursio and Lagenorhyncus leucopleurus, of European countries.
    • The puffin.
    • a north Atlantic beaked whale with a bulbous forehead.
    • A name of several types of cetaceans having bottle-shaped noses.
    • In medicine, an eruption of tiny, red, suppurating tubercles regarding the nostrils, including is generated by intemperate consuming.
    • A name at St. Andrews, Scotland, of this sea-stickleback
    • A name for puffin, Fratercula arctica, from the huge red-and-blue beak. See bottle-nosed.
    • A name of the sea-elephant or elephant-seal, Macrorhinus leoninus, and others of the same genus.
    • some of a few dolphins with curved forehead and well-developed beak; mainly of north Atlantic and Mediterranean
    • north Atlantic beaked whale with a bulbous forehead

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