A tailless amphibian with a short squat body, moist smooth skin, and very long hind legs for leaping
A thing used to hold or fasten something, in particular
An elastic horny pad growing in the sole of a horse’s hoof, helping to absorb the shock when the hoof hits the ground
A French person
A belt with an attachment in which a weapon may be carried.
A small cream-filled cake covered with green icing, shaped to resemble a frog
Any of various primitive burrowing crabs constituting the family Raninidae, which have a body shape and claws modified for digging, and somewhat resemble a frog.
A tobacco disease caused by Cercospora nicotianae.
Having eyes which resemble those of a frog, especially in being large and bulging.
A face like that of a frog; a person with such a face (frequently as a derogatory form of address).
A very short distance or period of time, with allusion to the short, quick hop of a frog.
A movement used in swimming, especially in the breast stroke, in which the legs are brought toward the body with the knees bent and the feet together and then kicked outward before being brought together again, all in one continuous movement
The back legs of frogs, as an item of food
The yellow water lily, Nuphar lutea; also called cow lily.
A pond inhabited by frogs; a pit in which frogs are kept.
Another term for cuckoo spit.
A small mottled or spotted frog, Rana septentrionalis, of marshy lakes and ponds of north-eastern North America, which when handled exudes an odour resembling that of a mink.
Any of various frogs that frequent ponds; especially the green frog, Rana clamitans, of the eastern U.S.
A small, green European frog, Rana lessonae, with dark brown or black blotches and (often) a light dorsal stripe, and a distinctive loud quack-like call in the mating season.
US and Caribbean a small tree frog of the genus Hyla (family Hylidae), especially the common H. squirella.
An arboreal frog that has long toes with adhesive disks and is typically small and brightly colored
A frog with a flattened body and claws on the hind toes
A large green aquatic frog of mainland Europe, popular as food in some regions
A nocturnal arboreal Asian frog that is able to glide between trees using the large webs between its extended toes
A spindle-shaped button covered with silk or other material, designed to pass through a loop on the opposite side of the garment.
A shade of green resembling that of a frog; a dullish green.
Any of various dances incorporating frog-like movements; specifically †= frogs' hornpipe (obsolete).
A person or animal who eats frogs; especially (derogatory) a French person or a person of French descent.
That eats frogs; especially (derogatory) applied to French people.
A small orchid with inconspicuous green flowers, growing chiefly on calcareous grassland in north temperate regions
= frog orchid.
A plate on which a live frog can be fixed, especially for a microscopic demonstration of blood circulation in the foot.
Any of various large marine gastropod molluscs allied to the tritons and having a heavily built knobbly shell, now mostly placed in the family Bursidae.
A small spear suitable for hunting frogs, typically consisting of a three-pronged head joined to a pole.
The group of animals that comprises the frogs.
The frog R. clamitans of North America.
A large, gregarious European frog with warty skin and a loud laughing call
A North American leopard frog, especially Rana pipiens.
The midwife toad, Alytes obstetricans.
= poison arrow frog.
Any of three small terrestrial North American frogs of the genus Acris (family Hylidae), which have a clicking call reminiscent of some American crickets.
A person or animal who hunts frogs.
A floating freshwater plant with creeping stems that bear clusters of small rounded leaves
The aquatic larva of a frog.
A giant frog of West Central Africa
A common greenish-brown North American frog that has dark leopardlike spots with a pale border
Either of two small frog-like toads of the genus Pelodytes (family Pelobatidae) having greenish spots, especially P. punctatus of western Europe.
A common North American frog, Rana palustris, which has a double row of dark squarish spots down the back and bright yellow or orange coloration under the hind legs.
Either of two aquatic plants, water crowfoot Ranunculus aquatilis, and duckweed (genus Lemna).
Any of several tree frogs, especially of the South American genus Gastrotheca (family Hylidae), the females of which have a pouch in the skin of the back in which the fertilized eggs develop and hatch.