Definition of Death's-head moth

1. Noun. European hawkmoth with markings on the back resembling a human skull.

Exact synonyms: Acherontia Atropos
Generic synonyms: Hawk Moth, Hawkmoth, Hummingbird Moth, Sphingid, Sphinx Moth
Group relationships: Acherontia, Genus Acherontia



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Death's-head Moth

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deashed
deashes
deashing
deasil
deasils
deasiul
deasiuls
deasoil
deasoils
deasphalted
deasphalting
death
death's-head
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death's head
death's herb
death-bed
death-knell
death-rattle
death-ray
death-roll
death-squad
death-watch beetle
death-watch beetles
death adder
death angel
death angels
death bed

Literary usage of Death's-head moth

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1. Chambers's Information for the People by William Chambers, Robert Chambers (1875)
"Their colour is duller than the butterflies, and when flying, they make a humming noise. The Death:s-head Moth (Acher- ..."

2. The Student, and Intellectual Observer (1869)
"... 320 D?ad-leaf butterfly of India, 88 Deaf and dumb persons, communicating with, 472 Death-s-head moth, 86 Decomposition of metallic salts, 4-17 Deduit, ..."

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