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/məˈskētō/,
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mosquitoes, plural;
  1. A slender long-legged fly with aquatic larvae. The bite of the bloodsucking female can transmit a number of serious diseases including malaria and encephalitis


  1. two-winged insect whose female has a long proboscis to pierce the skin and suck the blood of humans and animals
  2. Mosquito (from the Spanish or Portuguese meaning little fly) is a common insect in the family Culicidae (from the Latin culex meaning midge or gnat). ...
  3. Mosquito is the first of three albums by Canadian songwriter Michael Kulas.
  4. Mosquito is a 1995 science fiction film directed by Gary Jones. The film's plot pays homage to the classic 50's horror genre. Mosquito is about mosquitoes that become mutated when a spaceship crash lands in a swamp. ...
  5. Mosquito was the third of 4 studio albums by Psychotic Waltz. Due to a tactical change of styles, it is also the least popular amongst fans. However, a significant minority regards this album to be their greatest work. ...
  6. The Mosquito or Mosquito alarm (marketed as the Beethoven in France and the Swiss-Mosquito in Switzerland) is an electronic device, used for solving loitering problems, which emits a sound with a high frequency. ...
  7. (Mosquitoes (novel)) Mosquitoes is a comic novel by the American author William Faulkner, published in 1927. It is the author's second novel. The story tells of the misadventures of passengers on a cruise ship, summarized hour by hour and day by day.
  8. (Mosquitos (album)) Mosquitos is the second album by Stan Ridgway.
  9. (The Mosquitos) Mosquitos is a New York City-based musical band consisting of guitarist Chris Root, keyboardist Jon Marshall Smith, and Brazilian singer JuJu Stulbach. The sound of Mosquitos has been described as a mix of bossa nova and indie pop.
  10. A small flying insect of the family Culicidae, known for biting and sucking blood, leaving an itching bump on the skin. However, only the female of the species bites animals and humans. ...
  11. The De Havilland Mosquito, a second world war military aircraft
  12. (Mosquitoes) Although many people use bug zappers to control mosquito populations, the actual number of mosquitoes that are attracted to the devices is quite low to none at all (depending on the species and area), as mosquitoes are attracted to carbon dioxide, water vapor, and motion, rather ...
  13. (Mosquitoes) Radar equipped blood sucking insects that typically reach the size of small birds.
  14. (Mosquitoes) are a non-fictional species of flying insects that suck the blood of larger organisms, such as humans, to feed their young. Humans often get "mosquito bites," or itchy, inflamed bumps. Luigi referenced them in The Super Mario Bros. Super Show! ...
  15. Mosquitoes are blood-sucking insects from a large group of insects called the Diptera. Mosquitoes successfully transmit various diseases such as West Nile virus, Western Equine Encephalomyelitis, St. Louis Encephalitis, canine heartworm and malaria. ...
  16. (Mosquitos) None but those who have been in the West Coast bush of New Zealand can form an adequate idea of the ferocity and virulence of these insects, especially in swampy country. ...
  17. Species of mosquitoes are the most prominent bloodsucking insects that annoy man and other warm-blooded animals. ...
  18. To see mosquitoes in your dreams, you will strive in vain to remain impregnable to the sly attacks of secret enemies. Your patience and fortune will both suffer from these designing persons. If you kill mosquitoes, you will eventually overcome obstacles and enjoy fortune and domestic bliss.
  19. An insect that makes you like flies better.
  20. A small (twin-seater) fighter/bomber manufactured by the British De Haviland company. The picture of the Mosquito below is from the British Aircraft of World War II website.
  21. Any of the delicate, bloodsucking flies of the familiy Culicidæ, all too familiar to anyone who has spent time out of doors among the lakes and bogs of Canoe Country. Sagimê in the Ojibwe.
  22. A two-winged insect that sucks blood from other organisms. (TG)
  23. English twin-engine fighter-bomber
  24. A syringe of injection that can fly.