|3-pronged, 3-pronged spear, 3-pronged spear of Poseidon or Neptune||trident|
|(Greek mythology) son of Poseidon and Gaea||Antaeus|
|(Mythology) son and servant of Greek sea god Poseidon; one of the moons of the planet Neptune; (Computers) fast chip-set for Pentium processors||Triton|
|8th planet from sun in solar system (Astronomy); god of the sea (Roman Mythology), eighth planet, Poseidon, Roman god of sea (Greek equivalent)||Neptune|
|a lightweight spear used by the Bantu peoples of southern Africa; tree native of southern Africa, assagai||assegai|
|a lightweight spear used by the Bantu peoples of southern Africa; tree native of southern Africa, assegai||assagai|
|a small moon of Neptune||Despina|
|act as leader of event, driving force in event, head, be at the front, leading forces in military attack, pointed head of spear, sharp pointed end of a spear; leader of an attacking force; driving force||spearhead|
|any of a number of marine fish having a long spear-shaped upper jaw, fish with spear, large marine fish with spear-shaped projection||spearfish|
|any of various large saltwater game fish with spear-like upper jaw, fish with elongated upper jaw, marline||marlin|
|any vertical passageway; slender body of an arrow or spear; pole, rod; beam, ray; slender handle; column, long cylindrical pillar; long revolving bar used to transfer motion or torque to gears or other parts (Machinery), body of column, body of penis, ...||shaft|
|arm with a gaff, catch fish with hooked pole, cheat or swindle, gimmick used in a hoax, harpoon, spear (for spearing fish), hook for somebody maintaining overhead line, hooked fish pole, metal spur on fighting cock, nonsense, pole at top of sail, spear...||gaff|
|arrangement of hooks used for fishing, coach, carriage; small boat; job; musical engagement (Slang), demerit, fish with a gig, gigabyte, issue soldier with a demerit, musical performance, one-horse carriage, play a gig, pronged spear, racing boat, ride...||gig|
|attack with pike, body position, fish resembling pike, hit with a javelin, pierce with a spear, large sharp-toothed freshwater fish, northern pike, pointed object, lance; javelin, bayonet, spike on pole, summit of a hill; type of large freshwater fish;...||pike|
|barbed spear attached to a rope (used in hunting whales and large fish), catch something using harpoon, hunt with a harpoon; spear as if with a harpoon, weapon similar to spear||harpoon|
|catch ball with thrust of arm, long-handled weapon with blade, pierce or thrust at with or as if with a spear; pass quickly; sprout, thrust upward (about plants), pierce something with spear, send up spear, spearman, weapon consisting of a long staff w...||spear|
|catch fish with leister, three-pronged fish spear||leister|
|combine coats of arms, empale, fence in, pin down, fix in place with a sharp or pointed object; pierce through with a sharp object, stab; make helpless, immobilize with a word or look, spear||impale|
|cut with a lancet, cut open with a scalpel; pierce with a lance, hunting or fishing spear, long cavalry spear, metal-piercing device, pierce something with a sharp instrument, steel-tipped wooden spear carried by knights and cavalry soldiers; sharp poi...||lance|
|device for throwing a spear, stick used as hunting weapon||throwing stick|
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