clasper


clasp·er

noun \ˈklas-pər\

Definition of CLASPER

:  a male copulatory structure:
a :  one of a pair of external anal processes of an insect that are used to grasp a female
b :  one of a pair of organs that are extensions of the pelvic fins of cartilaginous fishes

First Known Use of CLASPER

circa 1847

Rhymes with CLASPER

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