Any rough or prickly envelope of the seeds of plants, whether a pericarp, a persistent calyx, or an involucre, as of the chestnut and burdock. Also, any weed which bears burs.
The thin ridge left by a tool in cutting or shaping metal. See Burr, n., 2.
A ring of iron on a lance or spear. See Burr, n., 4.
The lobe of the ear. See Burr, n., 5.
A clinker; a partially vitrified brick.
A small circular saw.
A triangular chisel.
A drill with a serrated head larger than the shank; -- used by dentists.
The round knob of an antler next to a deer's head.
A prickly seed vessel. See Bur, 1.
The thin edge or ridge left by a tool in cutting or shaping metal, as in turning, engraving, pressing, etc.; also, the rough neck left on a bullet in casting.
A thin flat piece of metal, formed from a sheet by punching; a small washer put on the end of a rivet before it is swaged down.
A broad iron ring on a tilting lance just below the gripe, to prevent the hand from slipping.
The lobe or lap of the ear.
A guttural pronounciation of the letter r, produced by trilling the extremity of the soft palate against the back part of the tongue; rotacism; -- often called the Newcastle, Northumberland, or Tweedside, burr.
The knot at the bottom of an antler. See Bur, n., 8.
To speak with burr; to make a hoarse or guttural murmur.
burr in German is entgraten, Grat
burr in Spanish is zumbido
burr in Swedish is kardborre