[boo l-nek]
  1. the leather made from the hide of the neck of a bull.
  2. the name applied to various ducks, including the ring-necked duck, the ruddy duck, and the canvasback.

Origin of bullneck

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bull neck in Medicine

bull neck

  1. A heavy, thick neck caused by hypertrophied muscles or enlarged cervical lymph nodes.
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