Catling
Cat|ling
['kæt...] das; -s, -s
<aus engl. catling »feines Messer«>
bes. zu Amputationen verwendetes chirurgisches Messer

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  • Catling — Cat ling, n. [Cat + ing.] 1. A little cat; a kitten. Cat nor catling. Drummond. [1913 Webster] 2. Catgut; a catgut string. [R.] Shak. [1913 Webster] 3. (Surg.) A double edged, sharp pointed dismembering knife. [Spelt also {catlin}.] Crobb. [1913… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Catling — This unusual and interesting name derives from the Olde French name Cat(e)lin , itself coming from the Greek Katharous meaning pure . The surname from this source is first recorded at the end of the 12th Century (see below). One Robert Catyln… …   Surnames reference

  • catling — cat·ling (katґling) catlin …   Medical dictionary

  • catling — n. kitten, small cat; (Surgery) long two blade sharp knife used for amputations; catgut string …   English contemporary dictionary

  • catling — cat·ling …   English syllables

  • catling — noun a long double edged knife used for amputations • Hypernyms: ↑surgical knife …   Useful english dictionary

  • Catling Street —    See Cateaton Street …   Dictionary of London

  • Spiranthes casei Catling & Cruise var. novaescotiae Catling — Symbol SPCAN Common Name Nova Scotia ladiestresses Botanical Family Orchidaceae …   Scientific plant list

  • catlin, catling — A long, sharp pointed, double edged knife used in amputations …   Medical dictionary

  • Carex juniperorum Catling, Reznicek & Crins — Symbol CAJU2 Common Name juniper sedge Botanical Family Cyperaceae …   Scientific plant list

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