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See auk.

[New Latin Alcidae, from Alca, type genus, coined by Carolus Linnaeus from Swedish alka, auk, ultimately from Old Norse ālka, alka.]
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(Animals) any of twenty-two species of oceanic birds of the family Alcidae
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