břichatka

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břichatka (a kind of saw)
břichatka (a kind of commode)
břichatka kostnatá, Oneirodes macrosteus
břichatka, Ceriodaphnia

Etymology[edit]

břich (stomach) + -atý +‎ -ka. It refers to the rounded (belly-like) shape of the object.

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): /ˈbr̝ɪxatka/
  • Rhymes: -atka
  • Hyphenation: bři‧chat‧ka

Noun[edit]

břichatka f

  1. kind of two-man crosscut saw with a blade that is wider in the middle.
  2. (colloquial) kind of antique commode of a rounded shape
  3. gasteroid fungus (fungus from the polyphyletic group Gasteromycetes containing puffballs, stinkhorns, bird's nest fungi or false truffles, which produce spores inside their fruiting bodies)
    • 2012 August 29, Martin Mička, “Houbaři, vrchol sezony by měl teprve přijít!”, in Orlický deník.cz[1]:
      Další opomíjenou, a přesto výbornou houbou jsou pýchavky. […] Patří do skupiny břichatek, kde výtrusy zrají uvnitř plodnice a v pravý čas prasknou a vypráší do vzduchu miliony výtrusů.
      Another neglected but tasty mushrooms are puffballs. […] They belong to the group of gasteroid fungi, whose spores ripen inside their fruiting body, and which burst in the right time and dust off millions of spores.
  4. dreamer, fish from the family Oneirodidae.
  5. Ceriodaphnia, genus of water fleas from the order Cladocera.

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