antler /ˈantlə/


I. noun

1. each of the branched horns on the head of an adult deer (typically a male one), which are made of bone and are grown and cast annually.

a stag’s antlers.
[ mass noun]
combs made of antler.
2. each of the branches on an antler.
II. derivatives

antlered /ˈantləd /

– origin late Middle English (originally denoting the lowest (forward-directed) branch of the antler): from Anglo-Norman French, variant of Old French antoillier, of unknown origin.

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