A stick or little wooden cylinder useful for tightening a bandage, in order to compress the arteries of a limb.
A bird, the European goldeneye.
A stick or small wooden cylinder useful for tightening a bandage, being compress the arteries of a limb.
The European golden-eye.
A sea-duck of the genus Clangula, subfamily Fuligulinæ, and family Anatidæ.
In surgery, a compressing bandage, tightened by twisting a small cylinder of timber, where the arteries of a limb are compressed for the purpose of suspending the blood circulation in instances of hemorrhage, aneurism, amputation, etc.