Origin of dewlap
Examples from the Web for dewlap
Then Finn turned to his mate and affectionately licked her low-hanging ears, flews, and dewlap.
He was very fat, with a shaven, swarthy face and the dewlap of an ox.The Strolling Saint|Raphael Sabatini
Tell Charlie that if he has not kissed that horrid Dewlap girl yet, I send him a nice long kiss.Too Old for Dolls|Anthony Mario Ludovici
The chief peculiarity of the animal is its lack of a dewlap.The Western World|W.H.G. Kingston
In doing so he noticed for the first time Dick's stitches in the hound's dewlap and shoulders.
British Dictionary definitions for dewlap
Word Origin for dewlap
Word Origin and History for dewlap
mid-14c., dewe lappe, from lappe "loose piece" (Old English læppa), first element of unknown origin or meaning. Originally of cattle.