Three Letter Nouns
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Material relating to the character of a person or place
Also, a constricting snake.
Similar in meaning and often used with, 'bounder.'
Translates motion from circular to linear.
The same as, 'key' in meaning and pronunciation.
In a range of hills, or especially of mountains, a pass (also gap, notch, col, saddle, bwlch or bealach) is a lower point that allows easier access through the range
As in, 'the din of battle.'
Newts are salamanders. (But not all salamanders are newts!)
Equal to the force of one dyne for the distance of one centimeter.
Originated in Fez, Morocco.
Short for Gatling, named after inventor R. J. Gatling (1818 - 1903).
'Of that ilk,' can also refer to people from places with the same name.
First conceived by Michael Faraday.
Tin can (aluminum) lids can be said to have a jagged edge.
Gives rise to the expression, 'cut of your jib.'
From the South Island, New Zealand. Found in the forested and alpine regions. Current conservation status is vulnerable.
Equal to 45.5 kilograms (100 pounds).
Figuratively, the entrance to anything deemed insatiable.
Could be up to 3.6m in height.
Also, the egg of a parasitic insect.
Can be used with a kimono.
Also, the individual dots on dice and dominoes. A pip is also the correct term for certain roots, such as lily of the valley, etc.
In a broader sense, misfortune and calamity.
Some types are considered a delicacy.
Can also refer to a similar device used in American football.
Usually spoken repetitively.
Urns typically have a matching lid.
The wood of the English yew was used to make longbows.
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