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|etymology=Middle English <i>winge</i>, wing
 
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|definition=1. ([[Arthropoda]]) One of paired, thin, membranous reticulated organs of flight.  
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|definition=1. ([[Arthropoda]]) One of [[paired]], thin, [[membranous]] reticulated organs of flight.  
  
2. ([[Mollusca]]) A projection, flattened, expansion, or earlike extension of a hinge line; auricle
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2. ([[Mollusca]]) A projection, flattened, expansion, or earlike extension of a [[hinge line]]; [[auricle]]
 
|see also=[[ala]].
 
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Revision as of 23:42, 13 September 2013

wing (noun; Middle English winge, wing): 1. (Arthropoda) One of paired, thin, membranous reticulated organs of flight.

2. (Mollusca) A projection, flattened, expansion, or earlike extension of a hinge line; auricle

See also: ala.