What does limb mean?

limb in AZ Dictionary

(n) among bigger limbs of a tree.
(n) One of the jointed appendages of an animal, particularly an arm, leg, wing, or flipper, employed for locomotion or grasping.
(n) An extension or a projecting component, at the time of a building or mountain range.
(v) To dismember.
(v) to provide with limbs.
(v) To dismember; to-tear from the limbs of.
(i) (out) on a limb Informal In a difficult, uncomfortable, or susceptible position.
(v) to eliminate the limbs from an animal or tree.
To supply with limbs.
To dismember; tear or carve from the limbs of: as, to limb a turkey; to limb a tree.

limb in Astronomy Dictionary

the outer side or edge of a planet or any other celestial human anatomy. by Sherrill WhittemoreReport definition

limb in Community Dictionary

A fat blunt by JamilaReport definition
limb is short for for lawls within my bawls by Nickolas YutzyReport definition
Herb, reefer, pot, bud (cannabis) by Eugenio DoyalReport definition
Laugh within my Brain.exactly what we mean when they really state lol. by Alton BoykoReport definition

limb in Medical Dictionary

An arm or a leg. by Debroah NeissReport definition

limb in Sports Dictionary

top of the or lower the main bow, that's thick adequate to stop the bow, twisting since it is attracted. by Nickolas YutzyReport definition

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  • Synonym for "limb"
    • dismember, blade, edge, delimb
  • Verb Forms for "limb"
    • limbed, limbing, limbs
  • Phrases for "limb"
    • tree limb, limb fitter, residual limb, severed limb, hind limb
  • Rhyme for "limb"
    • Grim, Grimm, Him, Im, Jim
  • Hypernym for "limb"
    • edge, border, projection, arc, part
  • Cross Reference for "limb"
    • branch, pectoral limb, exarticulate limbs
  • Form for "limb"
    • go out on a limb
  • Same Context for "limb"
    • leg, branch, muscle, trunk, bone
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