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frogs, plural;
  1. Hunt for or catch frogs

  1. An elastic horny pad growing in the sole of a horse's hoof, helping to absorb the shock when the hoof hits the ground

  2. A raised or swollen area on a surface

  1. any of various tailless stout-bodied amphibians with long hind limbs for leaping; semiaquatic and terrestrial species
  2. hunt frogs for food
  3. a person of French descent
  4. a decorative loop of braid or cord
  5. Frog+ is a concept album about frogs by Japanese noise musician Masami Akita, under the name Merzbow. This album utilized sound sourced from frogs as a base. ...
  6. Frogs are amphibians in the order Anura (meaning "tail-less", from Greek an-, without + oura, tail), formerly referred to as Salientia (Latin salere (salio), "to jump"). Most frogs are characterized by a short body, webbed digits (fingers or toes), protruding eyes and the absence of a tail. ...
  7. In cryptography, FROG is a block cipher authored by Georgoudis, Leroux and Chaves. The algorithm can work with any block size between 8 and 128 bytes, and supports key sizes between 5 and 125 bytes. The algorithm consists of 8 rounds and has a very complicated key schedule.
  8. This is a listing of notable characters from the video game Chrono Trigger, a console role-playing game released in 1995 by Square Co. (now Square Enix) for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System video game console. ...
  9. The Frog is a small dinghy with an approximate length of 7'10" and an approximate beam of 4'. Its sprit and foresail rig has of sail area.
  10. A frog (sometimes referred to as a Chinese frog) is an ornamental braiding for fastening the front of a garment that consists of a button and a loop through which it passes.
  11. A small hopping amphibian; A fastener for clothing consisting of a button that fits through a loop; The part of a violin bow (or that of other similar string instruments such as the viola, cello and contrabass) located at the end held by the player, to which the horsehair is attached; Road. ...
  12. (Frogs) To dream of catching frogs, denotes carelessness in watching after your health, which may cause no little distress among those of your family. To see frogs in the grass, denotes that you will have a pleasant and even-tempered friend as your confidant and counselor. ...
  13. (Frogs) Heqet, goddess of birth (usually depicted with the head of a frog)
  14. (Frogs) Means good luck & fortune.
  15. (Frogs) Water loving amphibians quite at home in Canoe Country. Represented in the BWCA by three species of Treefrogs (family Hylidæ), the Grey Tree Frog (Hyla chrysoscelis/versicolor), Boreal Chorus Frog, (Pseudacris triseriata), and Northern Spring Peeper (Pseudacris crucifer); and four ...
  16. A modelling term used to refer to that part of a turnout that consists of the crossing vee and wing rails.
  17. A depression imprinted in the upper surface of a brick, to save clay, reduce weight and increase the strength of the wall. Bricks should always be laid frog uppermost.
  18. A depression in the bed surface of a brick. Sometimes called a panel.
  19. Though not rare in Palestine, this word is only mentioned in the O.T. in connection with the second plague of Egypt. Two species of frogs are known to live in the Holy Land: the rana esculenta, or common edible frog, and the hyla arborea, or green tree-frog. ...
  20. Center fixed cross of a switch that allows connecting rails to intersect and cross.
  21. The intersection between two rails at a crossing, with clearances or channels for the wheel flanges to pass through when going in any direction from one track to the other.
  22. adenovirus proves to be similar to that of turkey hemorrhagic enteritis virus: 2000
  23. Frog is a creature that lives in two worlds: water and land. This crab of the woods is revered for its adaptability, knowledge and power to traverse worlds and inhabit diverse realms, both natural and supernatural. Frogs are primary spirit helpers of shamans. ...
  24. n: Used as a disparaging term for a French person.