rooster

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roost·er

 (ro͞o′stər)
n.
1.
a. An adult male chicken.
b. An adult male of certain other birds.
2. A person regarded as cocky or pugnacious.

rooster

(ˈruːstə)
n
(Animals) chiefly US and Canadian the male of the domestic fowl; a cock

roost•er

(ˈru stər)

n.
1. the male of domestic fowl and certain game birds; cock.
2. Informal. a cocky person.
[1765–75; roost + -er1]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.rooster - adult male chickenrooster - adult male chicken      
Gallus gallus, chicken - a domestic fowl bred for flesh or eggs; believed to have been developed from the red jungle fowl
cockerel - a young domestic cock; not older than one year
Translations
ديكدِيك
kohout
hane
خروس
kukko
pijetao
hani
おんどり
수탉
gallus
gaidys
cocoş
petelin
tupp
jogoo
ไก่ตัวผู้
gà trống

rooster

[ˈruːstəʳ] N (esp US) → gallo m

rooster

[ˈruːstər] ncoq m

rooster

nHahn m

rooster

[ˈruːstəʳ] ngallo

roost

(ruːst) noun
a branch etc on which a bird rests at night.
verb
(of birds) to sit or sleep on a roost.
ˈrooster noun
(especially American) a farmyard cock.
rule the roost
to be the person in a group, family etc whose orders, wishes etc are obeyed.

rooster

دِيك kohout hane Hahn κόκορας gallo kukko coq pijetao gallo おんどり 수탉 haan hane kogut galo петух tupp ไก่ตัวผู้ horoz gà trống 公鸡