The part of a stamen that supports the anther of a flower; the stalk of a stamen. See more at flower.
A fine wire that gives off radiation when an electric current is passed through it, usually to provide light, as in an incandescent bulb, or to provide heat, as in a vacuum tube.
A wire that acts as the cathode in some electron tubes when it is heated with an electric current.
Any of the dark, sinuous lines visible through certain filters on the disk of the Sun. Filaments are solar prominences that are viewed against the solar surface rather than being silhouetted along the outer edges of the disk. See more at prominence.