1 a clawed foot of an animal especially a quadruped
2 the (prehensile) extremity of the superior limb; "he had the hands of a surgeon"; "he extended his mitt" [syn: hand, manus, mitt]
1 scrape with the paws; "The bear pawed the door"
2 touch clumsily; "The man tried to paw her"
- (father:) parent
- (father:) step-paw
- (foot of a mammal:) limb extremity
soft foot of an animals
Etymology 3From the noun paw, meaning an animal's hand or foot.
- In the context of "of an animal": To go through something (such as a garbage can) with paws
- In the context of "of an animal": To gently push on something with a paw.
- In the context of "by extension|of a human": To clumsily dig through something.
to go through something
to gently push on something
- Japanese: 足で押す
to clumsily dig through something
- Japanese: 穴を掘る
- peacock (male)
- [http://188.8.131.52/calnet/Lfoot/Lfoot.htm Anatomy of the dog's foot]
- Maine Coon Polydactyl International
paw in German: Pfote
paw in French: patte
paw in Japanese: 肉球
paw in Norwegian: Labb
paw in Portuguese: Pata
paw in Chinese: 肉球
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