Den Namen Antler tragen:

  • eine Stadt in Kanada in der Provinz Saskatchewan, siehe Antler (Saskatchewan)
  • eine Stadt in den USA im Bundesstaat North Dakota, siehe Antler (North Dakota)
  • ein Berg in den USA im Bundesstaat Wyoming, siehe Antler Peak
  • ein Nebenfluss des Souris River, siehe Antler River
  • ein Nebenfluss des McLeod River, siehe Antler Creek
  • Antler Township (North Dakota)

Siehe auch:

  • ANTLR, ein Parsergenerator
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  • antler — UK [ˈæntlə(r)] / US [ˈæntlər] noun [countable] Word forms antler : singular antler plural antlers one of the horns on the head of a male deer …   English dictionary

  • antler — noun Etymology: Middle English aunteler, from Anglo French antiler, from Vulgar Latin *anteoculare, from neuter of anteocularis located before the eye, from Latin ante + oculus eye more at eye Date: 14th century one of the paired deciduous solid… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • antler — noun /ˈænt.lə(ɹ)/ a branching and bony structure on the head of deer, moose and elk, normally in pairs. They are grown and shed each year. (Compare with horn, which is generally not shed.) While hiking in the woods, I found an antler from a deer …   Wiktionary

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