tusc, m.n: canine or molar tooth; tusk. (TUSK / ˈtʌsk)

Medieval manuscript image of a fairly realistic grey elephant in profile with a white tusk; to the left is the beginning of a sketch of a trunk in a different position.
Henry III’s elephant in the Liber Additamentorum; England (St Albans), 1250s; British Library, Cotton MS Nero D I, f. 169v. [bl.uk]

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