A border or edge, in certain special uses.
The border or upper spreading part of a monopetalous corolla, or of a petal, or sepal; blade.
The border or edge of the disk of a heavenly body, especially of the sun and moon.
The edge of the Sun's disk
The branch of a tree or the leg of an American woman. 'Twas a pair of boots that the lady bought, And the salesman laced them tight To a very remarkable height -- Higher, indeed, than I think he ought -- Higher than _can_ be right. For the Bible declares -- but never mind: It is hardly fit To censure freely and fault to find With others for sins that I'm not inclined Myself to commit. Each has his weakness, and though my own Is freedom from every sin, It still were unfair to pitch in, Discharging the first censorious stone. Besides, the truth compels me to say, The boots in question were _made_ that way. As he drew the lace she made a grimace, And blushingly said to him: "This boot, I'm sure, is too high to endure, It hurts my -- hurts my -- limb." The salesman smiled in a manner mild, Like an artless, undesigning child; Then, checking himself, to his face he gave A look as sorrowful as the grave, Though he didn't care two figs For her paints and throes, As he stroked her toes, Remarking with speech and manner just Befitting his calling: "Madam, I trust That it doesn't hurt your twigs." B. Percival Dike
A part of a tree which extends from the trunk and separates into branches and twigs; a large branch.
An arm or a leg of a human being; a leg, arm, or wing of an animal.
The entire equine appendage, from the scapula or hip down.
Portion of lath to right or left of centre
the upper, free, spreading portion of a corolla or perianth that is connate at the base; the expanded portion of a sepal or petal above the claw. cf. blade, claw.
Expanded portion of corolla or calyx above the tube, throat or claw.
n. (AS. lim, limb) the spreading part of a synsepalous calyx or sympetalous corolla, usually referring only to the calyx or corolla lobes, sometimes to their lips.
Part of the bow from the riser (handle) to the tip.
The upper part of the leaf as distinguished from the leaf base.
either of the two halves of a bow from handle to tip; "the upper limb of the bow"
The upper or lower portion of a bow from the handle to the tip.
One side of a fold. The dipping rock units between the crest of an anticline and the trough of a syncline.
The flank, or side, of a fold.
a geological term for one side/part of a fold
The two relatively planar sides of a fold, one on either side of the axial plane.