Origin of narwhal
OTHER WORDS FROM narwhalnar·whal·i·an [nahr-hwey-lee-uhn, -wey-, -wol-ee-], /nɑrˈʰweɪ li ən, -ˈweɪ-, -ˈwɒl i-/, adjective
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How to use narwhal in a sentence
I also wanted them to appear to be swimming around the post, hence needing the entire form of the narwhal.
I was drawn to creating narwhals because they are so unique and mysterious that I felt a sighting would stimulate interesting conversations.
Those “unicorn horns” were actually narwhal tusks collected at sea.
Besides a few crumbs, it contained a small lump of narwhal blubber and a little packet.The Giant of the North|R.M. Ballantyne
Section, showing part of the timber of the ship Fame, where it was pierced by the narwhal in the South Seas, through 2½-inch oak.The Evolution of Culture|Augustus Henry Lane-Fox Pitt-Rivers
And while she was busied with that work, the eagle would sometimes appear, with a walrus in one claw and a narwhal in the other.
The tow-line which Qasiagssaq was using to-day was furnished with toggles of pure narwhal tusk.
Like the other medium-sized whale in the same region, the beluga or white whale, the narwhal has no dorsal fin.Whales, Dolphins, and Porpoises of the Western North Atlantic|Stephen Leatherwood