- Sharp momentary pain, most commonly produced by the puncture of the skin by many species of arthropods, including hexapods, myriapods, and arachnids; can also be produced by jellyfish, sea urchins, sponges, mollusks, and several species of venomous fish, such as the stingray, toadfish, rabbitfish, and catfish.
- The venom apparatus of a stinging animal, consisting of a chitinous spicule or bony spine and a venom gland or sac.
- To introduce (or the process of introducing) a venom by stinging.
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