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Definitions for Nutcracker
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a compound lever used to crack nuts open
any of various small short-tailed songbirds with strong feet and a sharp beak that feed on small nuts and insects
speckled birds that feed on nuts
An implement for cracking nuts.
Either of two birds of the genus Nucifraga in the crow family.
A ballet by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
Etymology: From nut + crack + -er
A nutcracker is a tool designed to open nuts by cracking their shells. There are many designs, including levers, screws, and ratchets. The lever version is also used for cracking lobster and crab shells. A decorative version portrays a person whose mouth forms the jaws of the nutcracker.
an instrument for cracking nuts
a European bird (Nucifraga caryocatactes), allied to the magpie and crow. Its color is dark brown, spotted with white. It feeds on nuts, seeds, and insects
the American, or Clarke's, nutcracker (Picicorvus Columbianus) of Western North America
A nutcracker is a mechanical device for cracking nuts. The earliest use of the term nutcracker in English dates to 1481.
The numerical value of Nutcracker in Chaldean Numerology is: 6
The numerical value of Nutcracker in Pythagorean Numerology is: 6
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- pähkinähakki, pähkinänsärkijäFinnish
- casse-noisettes, casse-noixFrench
- alat pemecah buah kerasIndonesian
- 잣까마귀, 호두까기Korean
- pemecah buah kerasMalay
- bitsiichįįshgahíNavajo, Navaho
- dziadek do orzechówPolish
- spărgător de nuciRomanian
- щипцы для ореховRussian
- krckalica, krcalica, krcaljkaSerbo-Croatian
- pandurog ng nuwesTagalog
- çikləwek watuçıTatar
- yong'oq chaqadiganUzbek
- cái kẹp để kẹp trái deVietnamese
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