The exterior rear edge of the wing of a bird, containing the primary feathers.
A primary feather of a bird.
A small cogwheel that engages or is engaged by a larger cogwheel or a rack.
The joint of a bird's wing farthest through the human body
The outermost main feathers on a bird's wing.
the littlest gear in a gear drive train.
A moth regarding the genus Lithophane, as Lithophane antennata, whoever larva bores large holes in younger peaches and oranges.
A feather; a quill.
a-wing, literal or figurative.
The joint of bird's wing most remote through the human body.
A fetter the arm.
A cogwheel with a small amount of teeth, or leaves, adapted to engage with a more substantial wheel, or rack (see Rack); esp., such a wheel having its leaves created associated with the substance for the arbor or spindle which can be its axis.
A feather; particularly, a remex or flight-feather.
The wing of a bird, or perhaps the flight-feathers collectively.
Technically, in ornithology, the joint of a bird's wing furthest from body; the distal part of this wing; the manus, comprising the carpus, metacarpus, and phalanges, collectively bearing the main remiges, or largest flight-feathers, plus the alula or bastard-wing.
In entomology, certainly one of different moths: as, the brown-spot pinion, Anchocelis litura.
[⟨ pinion, verb] A shackle or band when it comes to arm.
A small wheel with cogs or teeth which engage one's teeth of a more substantial wheel with cogs or teeth, or often just an arbor or spindle having notches or leaves, that are caught successively because of the teeth associated with the wheel, and motion thereby communicated. See also cut-under pawl-press.
Same as piñon.
1 of 2 wings or level projections of any sort.
any of the bigger wing or tail feathers of a bird
a gear with only a few teeth made to mesh with a more substantial wheel or rack