Dominic Ware has a scorpion encased in resin on a string around his neck.
The group trekked for about 10 days trying out numerous plants before they found the right one: scorpion Tail.
On The View, we often see her scorpion claws (and Crocs) come out.
The home now has a new locked metal mailbox decorated with an intricate metal hummingbird and scorpion.
The scorpion, a Heterometrus spinifer, is completely edible, despite the arachnid being deadly if alive.
She shuddered, as if a snake or a scorpion were creeping towards her.
The children thought it was rather fun, except when a scorpion stung them.
On the 3rd I discovered a scorpion in my bed in spite of the cold.
It was two days afterwards, when I was at the market, that a scorpion stung her.
In reality the scorpion, which was the symbol of the goddess Selq, a form of the goddess Isis.
c.1200, from Old French scorpion (12c.), from Latin scorpionem (nominative scorpio), extended form of scorpius, from Greek skorpios "a scorpion," from PIE root *(s)ker- "to cut" (see shear (v.)). The Spanish alacran "scorpion" is from Arabic al-'aqrab.