egg englannista suomeksi
heitellä munilla, heittää kananmunilla
voidella kananmunalla, voidella munalla, kastaa kananmunaan
The egg of a domestic fowl (especially a hen) or its contents, used as food.
The female primary cell, the ovum.
(quote-journal)|text=Many genes with reproductive roles also have antibacterial and immune functions, which indicate that the threat of microbial attack on the sperm or egg may be a major influence on rapid evolution during reproduction.
A swelling on one's head, usually large or noticeable, associated with an injury.
A young person.
A person, fellow.
(quote-book)|title=The Wedding Gig|text=Up close he looked like a pretty tough egg. His hair was bristling up in the back in spite of what smelled like a whole bottle of Wildroot Creme Oil and he had the flat, oddly shiny eyes that some deep-sea fish have.
(quote-book) She hated analyzing the whys of not-out trans girls. She had always hated it, and she hated how easy it had become; the bottomless hole of egg mode.
To throw eggs at.
To dip in or coat with beaten egg.
To distort a circular cross-section (as in a tube) to an elliptical or oval shape, either inadvertently or intentionally.
(quote-book)|title=(w)|section=Passus 1|url=http://piers.chass.ncsu.edu/exist/piers/crit/docs/B/Bx/1/critical/0|text=Þerinne wonieth a wiȝte · þat wronge is yhoteFader of falshed · and founded it hym-selueAdam and Eue · he egged to illeConseilled caym · to kullen his brother|nocat=1|t=Therein woneth a wight that Wrong is y-hote,Father of falsehood — and founded it himself.Adam and Eve he egged to ill,Counselled Cain to kill his brother
(quote-book)|title=The Psalmes of David and others. With M. (w)s Commentaries|chapter=Epistle Dedicatorie|url=https://archive.org/details/psalmesofdavidot00calv|text=(..) yit have wee one thing in our selves and of our selves (even originall sinne, concupiscence or lust) which never ceaseth too egge us and allure us from God (..)
border, edge of a cliff
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(verb form of)
an oval shaped object
a sharp edge on a mountain
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(cutting) (l) (q)
an (l) (q)
(senseid) edge (q)
The sharp edge of a cutting tool.