Käännettävä sana (suomeksi tai englanniksi):
- (alt form, languet, lang=en)
- A tongue-shaped implement.
- * (quote-book, year=1854, title=The United Service Magazine, page=98, passage=The '''languette''', or plate, is fixed between the two rows of caps, one of its extremities upon the two right-hand caps, the other extending on the left beyond the base of the rectangle.)
- * (quote-book, year=1985, title=Symbols of Power: At the Time of Stonehenge, author=D. V. Clarke, Trevor G. Cowie, & Andrew Foxon, page=308, ISBN=0114924554, passage=Bronze sword. The curved heel has a small central '''languette''' or tongue.)
- A tongue-like organ found on tunicates.
- * (quote-book, year=1892, title=Annals & Magazine of Natural History , page=483, passage=This naturalist believes that the apparatus by the aid of which the act is performed is the series of dorsal '''languettes''' or the organs which represent them.)
- * (quote-book, year=1962, title=Proceedings of the Helminthological Society of Washington, page=1, passage=The wing-like opisthohaptor, bearing two rows of clamps placed end to end and separated by an anchorbearing lobe or '''languette''' -- in effect forming a straight angle -- is distinctive.)
- * (quote-book, year=1968, title=The Trematoda, author=Dawes, page=179, ISBN=0521072190, passage=Opisthaptor: four pairs of pedunculate suckers (cup-like and with circular or oval apertures) and a terminal '''languette''' 0.11 mm. long and 0.03 mm. broad.)
- (synonym of, lingula, lang=en)
- bony tongue-shaped structure on the mandible
- * (quote-book, year=1834, title=Entomologia Edinensis, author=James Wilson & James Duncan, passage=At the root of the '''languette''', and a little below the middle of the interior space which intervenes between the mandibles, is placed the pharynx.)
- * (quote-book, year=1853, title=The Encyclopaedia Britannica, passage=The '''languette''', at first very small, as in the genus Atypus, afterwards becomes elongated and advanced between the jaws. )
- fleshy toungue-shaped structure
- * (quote-book, year=1865, title=The Transactions of the Microscopical Society of London, passage=Lastly, the stem of each auditory hair presents a sort of appendage (the '''languette'''), to which the nerve of the hair is attached.)
- * (quote-book, year=1973, title=The palmar fascia, author=H. Graham Stack, page=51, passage=Proximally to the ligament this exposes the '''languette''' of the palmar fascia. Some of the fibres of this '''languette''' which pierce the subcutaneous layer system are demonstrated.)
- * (quote-book, year=1974, title=The interpretation of early music , author=Robert Donington, page=518, passage=It is a certainty that the windpipe of the larynx (l'anche du larynx), that is to say the little tongue ('''languette''') or its opening, contributes more directly to the [performance of florid] passages and divisions than the other parts, in as much as it has to mark the degrees and the intervals which are made in sustaining the passage; which can only occur from the different openings of the little tongue ('''languette'''), as I have shown in speaking of low and high sound.)
- A tongue-shaped design used to decorate Ancient Greek pottery.
- A type of decorative hood used on a woman's bodice in the seventeenth century.
- The tongue of a reed on a harmonium.
- An elongated samara that occurs alone.
- A valve flap associated with the byssus of a mollusk.