EnglishEdit

 
A tiger flehms.
 
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EtymologyEdit

From German flehmen.

VerbEdit

flehm (third-person singular simple present flehms, present participle flehming, simple past and past participle flehmed)

  1. (intransitive) To exhibit the flehmen response, i.e., to draw back the lips, allowing scent to reach the Jacobson’s organ, an auxiliary olfactory organ found in many animals.

NounEdit

flehm (plural flehms)

  1. Alternative form of flehmen