7 definitions by j.w horserabbit

Grease that form in your dute when you dont wash your dute
LEAVING TRACKS ON THE TOILET STOOL.
Kifuno left dute grease on the toilet stool
by j.w horserabbit November 21, 2007
adult male horse kept for breeding
stud
entire, stallion - uncastrated adult male horseThe male parent of a horse, a stallion, is commonly known as the sire and the female parent, the mare, is called the dam. Both are genetically important, as each parent provides half of the genetic makeup of the ensuing offspring, called a foal. (Contrary to popular misuse, the word "colt" refers to a young male horse only; "filly" is a young female.) Though many horse owners may simply breed a family mare to a local stallion in order to produce a companion animal, most professional breeders use selective breeding to produce individuals of a given phenotype, or breed. Alternatively, a breeder could, using individuals of differing phenotypes, create a new breed with specific characteristics
stud horse is short in statue either 2 foot tall or 4 foot tall
example Paul is 4 foot tall and 4 foot wide and swallow eggs whole.
by J.W Horserabbit June 04, 2010
Gnat tha follow dog dutes(pronounced /næt/, "nat") is a colloquial name for many small insects in the order Diptera and specifically within the suborder Nematocera.

The males often assemble together in large mating swarms, particularly at dusk, called a "ghost".

Gnat larvae are mostly free-living and some are aquatic. Many feed on plants, though some are carnivorous. Larval plant feeders (e.g. the Hessian fly larva) cause root, stem, or leaf galls to be formed by the host plant. Some species of fungus gnats (families Mycetophilidae and Sciaridae) are very common pests of mushrooms and roots of potted plants in homes and greenhouses.

Black fly gnats
,dog dute gnats
Gnat bug
Gall gnats
Sand gnat
Dark-winged fungus gnat
No-see-um
Midge
Mosquito
by j.w horserabbit April 16, 2009
Pie platter A large hand (med./lat.: manus, pl. manūs) is a prehensile, multi-fingered extremity located at the end of an arm or forelimb of primates such as humans, chimpanzees, monkeys, and lemurs. A few other vertebrates such as the koala (which has two opposable thumbs on each "hand" and fingerprints remarkably similar to human fingerprints) are often described as having either "hands" or "paws" on their front limbs.ie Platters
Pie wicker has large pie platter for stuffing his face and unzipping his neck.
by J.W Horserabbit August 10, 2013
Having a thin, sharp face, like a weasel or fox
Weasel, least weasel or sea fox
Mustela nivalis
Although they look similar - one way to tell the difference between a stoat and a weasel is that unlike stoats, weasels do not have a black tip to the tail.
by J.W Horserabbit July 01, 2009
Introduction

Acris - from the Latin Acre for sharp, referring to the sharp shape of the head

crepitans - Latin for "making a crackling sound", which pertains to the mating call of this species

It's a cricket, it's a grasshopper... it's a frog!

frogs gain their name from their call which resembles that of crickets, but they are occasionally called grasshopper frogs because of their dexterity and jumping ability. This species is the best frog jumper and can jump 36 times its relative body length. The subspecies Blanchard's cricket frog (Acris crepitans blanchardi) is found in the Great Lakes region and is named after Frank Nelson Blanchard, a herpetologist who worked at the University of Michigan.
Sachel Frog has big butt and little or tooth pick legs.
by J.W Horserabbit June 03, 2010
A person with baggy pants and nuts hanging lower than usally
lowsdute were sitting on his dragging nuts
by j.w horserabbit November 21, 2007

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