Jowl meaning

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The jaw, especially the lower jaw.
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The cheek.
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The flesh of the lower cheeks or lower jaw, especially when plump or flaccid.
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A fleshy part similar to a jowl, such as the dewlap of a cow or the wattle of a fowl.
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A jawbone or jaw; esp., the lower jaw with the chin and cheeks.
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The cheek.
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The meat of a hog's cheek.
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The fleshy hanging part under the lower jaw.
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The head and adjacent parts of a fish.
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The dewlap of cattle.
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The wattle of fowl.
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The jaw, especially the lower jaw.
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The cheek.
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The flesh of the lower cheeks or lower jaw, especially when plump or flaccid.
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A fleshy part similar to a jowl, such as the dewlap of a cow or the wattle of a fowl.
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The jaw, jawbone; especially one of the lateral parts of the mandible.
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The cheek; especially the cheek meat of a hog.
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(obsolete) To throw, dash, or knock.
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A fold of fatty flesh under the chin, around the cheeks, or lower jaw (as a dewlap, wattle, crop, or double chin).
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Cut of fish including the head and adjacent parts.
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Origin of jowl

Middle English cholle (“wattle, jowl”), from Old English ċeole, ċeolu (“throat”), from Proto-Germanic *kelǭ (“gullet”) (compare West Frisian kiel, Dutch keel, German Kehle), from Proto-Indo-European *gʷelu- (“to swallow”) (compare Irish in-gilim (“I graze”), goile (“stomach”), Latin gula (“throat”), gluttīre (“to swallow”), Russian глотать (glotatʹ, “to swallow, gulp”), Greek δέλεαρ (délear, “lure”), Armenian կլանել (klanel, “I swallow”), Persian گلو (galû), Hindi गला (galā, “neck, throat”)).