Black widow  

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  1. A species of venomous spider. The bite is painful to humans and occasionally fatal. The females are marked by a red hourglass shape on the abdomen.
  2. A married woman that has murdered one or more of their husbands.

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Black widow is a common name of some spiders in the genus anamalia listed below, who are reputed to kill male spiders after mating. Black Widow may refer to:

North American spiders

People

Killers


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