The expulsion of the placenta following childbirth.
An abbreviation of Parvovirus, a virus affecting dogs.
A small, cheap cigar, often flavored.
Also known as a scuppernong, a sour species of grape native to the Southern United States.
A wail signifying the mourning of the dead.
Having a difficult temper; combative.
A dog whose breed is mixed or impure. Often derogatory.
A dish made using the intestines of a pig, usually to conserve resources.
A scar that makes a pit in the skin, usually from heavy acne.
To bounce or skip from one surface to another.
One part of a flower's reproductive system. Often appears in the center of a flower, but varies from species to species.
A mythological creature usually portrayed as a young, beautiful woman who inhabits various natural settings, such as the woods or a stream.
A figure in Greek mythology best known for taking revenge on her former lover by killing her own children.
A figure in Greek mythology. Medea's lover, who betrays her for another woman.
A record of an animal's breeding.
A brand of cheap, pre-cooked meat.
A figure from Greek mythology and the wife of Orpheus. Orpheus traveled to the Underworld to retrieve her (unsuccessfully) after she died.