A very large marine mammal (Trichecus rosmarus) of the Seal family, native of the Arctic Ocean. The male has long and powerful tusks descending from the upper jaw. It uses these in procuring food and in fighting. It is hunted for its oil, ivory, and skin. It feeds largely on mollusks. Called also morse.
either of two large northern marine mammals having ivory tusks and tough hide over thick blubber
a large arctic mammal
a northern marine mammal with ivory tusks
a sea animal that has tusks and flippers and lives in water.
(aka "White Dragon") - When you come in a girl's mouth, then cover it with your hand and punch her in the tummy. The jizz'll squirt out her nose and give her the appearance of having tusks. - N.B.
Walruses (from Dutch walrus, probably a folk-etymological alteration - via Dutch walvis "whale" and ros "horse" - of an older Scandinavian word related to Old Norse rosmhvalr, "red? whale" or "walrus") are large semi-aquatic mammals that live in the cold Arctic seas of the Northern Hemisphere. There are 6 populations in the arctic and 2 or 3 subspecies exist: 4 in the Atlantic, Odobenus rosmarus rosmarus, 1 in the Pacific, Odobenus r. divergens and some consider the 6th in the Laptev Sea to be a third subspecies, Odobenus r. laptevi. The Pacific walrus is slightly larger, with males weighing up to 1,900 kg (4,180 lb), but Atlantic males top out at 1,600 kg (3,500 lb).