large. primary branch of a tree.
Merriam-Webster Online Dictionarylimb (noun)
a) one of the projecting paired appendages (as wings) of an animal body used especially for movement and grasping but sometimes modified into sensory or sexual organs
b) a leg or arm of a human being
a large primary branch of a tree
an active member or agent
- extension branch
a mischievous child
to cut off the of (a felled tree) - limbs
the outer edge of the apparent disk of a celestial body
the expanded portion of an organ or structure , especially the upper spreading portion of a corolla (as of the phlox) whose lower part consists of a tube of fused petals
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Limb can refer to:
- Limb (anatomy), an appendage of a human or animal
- Limb Music, a record label
- Limb, in astronomy, the apparent border or edge of the disk of a celestial body (star, planet, etc.), as in lunar limb, limb darkening, atmospheric limb sounding, etc. See also: horizon.
- Limb, a large or main branch of a tree
- Limb, in a measuring instrument, the graduated edge of a circle or arc
- Limb, in botany, the border or upper spreading part of a sympetallous corolla, or of a petal or sepal
- Limbs, in archery, the upper and lower working parts of the bow, also see recurve bow
- "Limbs", a song by Emma Pollock from her 2007 album Watch the Fireworks
- Limb in law: a limb constitutes a ground for appeal, an argument
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