Any species of the order Ophidia; an ophidian; a serpent, whether harmless or venomous. See Ophidia, and Serpent.
1. A long multi-pair cable usually with a box at one end (the head) with multiple input and some output jacks and connectors at the other end to allow a microphone to be plugged into the head, then the corresponding connector plugged into a mixer at the other. A multi channel extension cord for microphones. 2. An animal without legs. AKA serpent as in the animal that deceived Eve in the Garden of Eden. 3. A person who acts deceptively and sell you inferior audio equipment at outrageous prices.
Reptile with cylindrical limbless body, fused eyelids and jaw modified for swallowing large prey.
limbless scaly elongate reptile; some are venomous
a kind of reptile, and a reptile is a kind of animal
a legless reptile that likes nice warm spaces to sleep and lay in wait for its prey, which are usually insects and small rodents
an animal with no legs which uses its belly muscles to move
a reptile of the suborder serpentes
a reptile that has no legs
a reptile with a long, narrow body and no legs
a reptile without legs
a reptilewithout legs
a scaled reptile lacking limbs
A long limbless scaly reptile, some being poisonous. The symbol of rejuvenation and healing in many ancient Mediterranean cultures. The Greek god Asclepius, who specialized in healing, had a single snake entwined around his staff -- the "Asclepian staff."
A legless reptile that slithers on it's stomach as a means of locomotion. Although it has a split tongue it seems quite able to speak, but simply hasn't found anything good to talk about since God took away it's apples.
A snake is a reptile with no legs. It has skin with scales. There are many snakes in rainforests.
The Snake ( ) (also known as the Serpent) is one of the 12-year cycle of animals which appear in the Chinese zodiac related to the Chinese calendar.