jackdaw

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jack·daw

 (jăk′dô′)
n.
Either of two small corvids (Corvus monedula or C. dauricus) of Eurasia and North Africa, having black and gray or black and white plumage.

jackdaw

(ˈdʒækˌdɔː)
n
(Animals) a large common Eurasian passerine bird, Corvus monedula, in which the plumage is black and dark grey: noted for its thieving habits: family Corvidae (crows)
[C16: from jack1 + daw]

jack•daw

(ˈdʒækˌdɔ)

n.
a small Eurasian crow with a gray nape, Corvus monedula, that nests in chimneys and rock cavities.
[1535–45]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.jackdaw - common black-and-grey Eurasian bird noted for thieveryjackdaw - common black-and-grey Eurasian bird noted for thievery
corvine bird - birds of the crow family
genus Corvus, Corvus - type genus of the Corvidae: crows and ravens
Translations
زاغ، غُراب الزَّرع
чавка
kavka
allike
naakka
čavka
csóka
dvergkráka
kuosa
kovārnis
cioacă
kavka
kavka
kaja
küçük karga
галка

jackdaw

[ˈdʒækdɔː] Ngrajilla f

jackdaw

[ˈdʒækdɔː] nchoucas m

jackdaw

nDohle f

jackdaw

[ˈdʒækˌdɔː] ntaccola

jackdaw

(ˈdʒӕkdoː) noun
a type of bird of the crow family that sometimes steals bright objects.
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Vocis in excessu reliquos sic commouet omnes Graculus, et mentes plebis ad arma trahit; Stultaque pars populi que sit sua curia nescit, Que tamen ipse iubet iura vigoris habent.