languet

noun
lan·guet | \ˈlaŋ-gwət, laŋ-ˈgwet \

Definition of languet 

: something resembling the tongue in form or function

First Known Use of languet

14th century, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for languet

Middle English, from Middle French languete, diminutive of langue

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