Part of speech:
Relating to tailless amphibians, such as frogs and toads.
Any of several Asian arboreal frogs chiefly of the family Rhacophoridae having toes connected by broad webbing and capable of making long, gliding leaps.
A small tree frog (Hyla crucifer) of the E U.S., that makes shrill, peeping sounds in early spring
Any of a large family (Ranidae) of frogs having teeth in the upper jaw
A large North American ranid frog (Rana catesbeiana) that has a deep, loud croak
The larva of certain amphibians, as frogs and toads, having gills and a tail and living in water: as it matures, the gills usually are lost and legs develop
any of various tailless stout-bodied amphibians with long hind limbs for leaping; semiaquatic and terrestrial species
Any of several families of frogs (esp. Hylidae) that live in trees, which they climb with the aid of adhesive discs on the toes
Any of various anuran amphibians especially of the family Bufonidae, characteristically being more terrestrial and having drier, rougher skin and shorter legs than the smooth-skinned frogs.
Any of various marine and freshwater fishes of the family Sciaenidae that make a croaking sound by vibrating certain muscles attached to the swim bladder.
Something that is perceived or noticed:
Something that obstructs; an obstacle:
A source of irritation:
A system consisting of a series of operations or activities in which each depends on the outcome of the previous one; esp., such a system in which the result of a later operation affects an earlier operation, providing continuous feedback
A fastening, as a hook, buckle, or catch, to hold two things or parts together
(Chiefly British) A boutonniere.
A woven band of cloth, tape, ribbon, etc., used to bind or decorate clothing
A fancy curve, flourish, etc. as in a design or in handwriting
Of or pertaining to the anurans
Of or pertaining to these animals
Any of several small, often brightly colored, aquatic or semiaquatic salamanders of the family Salamandridae of North America and Eurasia that typically breed in water but spend part of their lives on land.
Used as a disparaging term for a person of Italian, Spanish, or Portuguese descent.
A spinning motion given to a ball when thrown or struck in a specific way.
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