Armor whatever is worn or used for the defense and defense of this human anatomy esp the defensive outfit of some animals and flowers
- coil where voltage is induced by motion through a magnetic industry
- Armor; whatever is worn or useful for the protection and security of this human anatomy, esp. the defensive ensemble of some pets and flowers.
- some smooth iron familiar with connect the two poles of a magnet, or electro-magnet, in order to complete the circuit, or even enjoy and apply the magnetic force. When you look at the ordinary horseshoe magnet, it serves to stop the dissipation regarding the magnetized force.
- Iron taverns or framing useful for the consolidation of a building, like in sustaining slender articles, supporting canopies, etc.
c.1400, "an armed power," from Latin armatura "armor, gear," from armatus, previous participle of armare "to supply, furnish with tools" from arma (view supply (n.2)). Meaning "armor" is mid-15c.; that "protective covering of a plant or pet" is from 1660s. Electromagnetic feeling is from 1835.
(n.) Armor; whatever is used or useful for the protection and defense regarding the human anatomy, esp. the protective outfit of some pets and plants.
- (n.) Some smooth iron familiar with link both poles of a magnet, or electro-magnet, being finish the circuit, or to receive thereby applying the magnetized force. Into the ordinary horseshoe magnet, it acts to prevent the dissipation of magnetic power.
- (letter.) Iron bars or framing useful for the consolidation of a building, as in sustaining slender articles, holding up canopies, etc.
The tenth abdominal segment carries strong, unjointed cerci, while the presence of reproductive armature on the second abdominal segment of the male is a character found in no other order of the Hexapoda.