claw hammer

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A claw hammer on the ground.

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Etymology[edit]

claw + hammer, descriptive of the shape of the tool's head

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claw hammer (plural claw hammers)

  1. Any size hammer with 2 prongs protruding back from the head to allow for removing nails from wood.

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