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erne

also ern  (ûrn)
n.
A sea eagle, especially Haliaeetus albicilla of Europe.

[Middle English ern, eagle, from Old English earn; see or- in Indo-European roots.]
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erne

(ɜːn) or

ern

n
(Animals) another name for the (European) sea eagle
[Old English earn; related to Old Norse örn eagle, Old High German aro eagle, Greek ornis bird]

Erne

(ɜːn)
n
(Placename) a river in N central Republic of Ireland, rising in County Cavan and flowing north across the border, through Upper Lough Erne and Lower Lough Erne and then west to Donegal Bay. Length: about 96 km (60 miles)
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sea′ ea`gle


n.
any of several large eagles of the genus Haliaeetus, that usu. feed on fish.
[1660–70]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.erne - bulky greyish-brown eagle with a short wedge-shaped white tailerne - bulky greyish-brown eagle with a short wedge-shaped white tail; of Europe and Greenland
sea eagle - any of various large eagles that usually feed on fish
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