- the separable, pointed head or tip of an arrow, made formerly of flint or stone, now usually of metal
- anything shaped like an arrowhead; specif., an indicating mark, part of a cuneiform character, etc.: the sign (<) as used throughout this dictionary marks the derivation of a word or word form from another
- any of various marsh plants (genus Sagittaria) of the water plantain family, with arrow-shaped leaves and small, white, open flowers
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- The pointed striking tip of an arrow, typically a knapped, wedge-shaped stone or a fitted metal cap.
- Something, such as a directional mark on a sign or drawing, having the shape of an arrowhead.
a. Any of various aquatic or wetland perennial plants of the genus Sagittaria, having arrowhead-shaped leaves and panicles of white, unisexual flowers.
b. The edible tubers of the Eurasian species S. sagittifolia or of the North American species S. latifolia.
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