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Oxford dictionary definition of the word limb:
1an arm or leg of a person or four-legged animal, or a bird’s wing:
they got out, stretching their cramped limbs
2a large branch of a tree:
the bare limbs of a high tree
a branch of a cross.
each half of an archery bow.
3a projecting landform such as a spur of a mountain range, or each of two or more such projections as in a forked peninsula or archipelago.
a projecting section of a building.
life and limb
life and all bodily faculties:
a burglar risking life and limb to scramble into an open third-floor window
out on a limb
Aberdeen is rather out on a limb
2in or into a position where one is not joined or supported by anyone else:
I wouldn’t go out on a limb like this if I didn’t have the data to justify it
tear someone limb from limb
violently dismember someone.
Old English lim (also in the sense ‘organ or part of the body’), of Germanic origin