from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A male mallard duck.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Tabanus nigrovittatus, a biting horsefly.
- n. The mallard.
- n. A fish, the striped bass.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The mallard.
- n. The striped bass. See bass.
- n. A state of greenness; verdancy.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as greenback, 3.
- n. Greenness; unripeness; immaturity; childishness.
- n. Any one of several species of American gadflies which have green heads, as the common greenhead, Tabanus costalis, and the gray-striped greenhead, Tabanus lineola.
The gentleman with the stogie and the greenhead is inventor, Jeff Hajjar of SRM, maker of the Sure-Cycle spring kits and Terror Chokes.
There are more than 3,000 varieties of horse flies such as greenhead horsefly, striped horse fly and black horsefly found all over the world.
Yes | No | Report from greenhead13 wrote 4 weeks 19 hours ago ryan: im not gonna write you a love song cause you asked for it or you need one! greenhead: i heard that song before! it must be ryan nolan! of course ill comback!
If you refuse me I will be a greenhead waiting all alone
Beautiful greenhead, out on the fields speckles are cackling their wild lorelei;
Got another greenhead with my second shot and could not find a target (only hens left) for my last shell.
Yes | No | Report from Elmer Fudd wrote 32 weeks 6 days ago bad link, greenhead
Mel Evans/AP PhotoA 2005 photo showing a greenhead fly on a piece of wood near Little Egg Harbor, N.J. JERSEY SHORE -- Before venturing into the marsh this week, wildlife biologist Vinny Turner grabbed a green hoodie.
But when the final exam comes in the form of a greenhead over your decoys or a quail buzzing into the brush, it's good to know that your shotgun throws enough pellets to fill in the blanks.
Two-thirds of the shooters shot a couple of pintails, two drake woodies, a greenhead, and a shoveler.
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