jackdaw

[n] - common black-and-gray Eurasian bird noted for thievery
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Jackdaw

Jack'daw` noun [ Prob. 2d jack + daw , noun ] (Zoology) See Daw , noun
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jackdaw

daw noun common black-and-grey Eurasian bird noted for thievery
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Jackdaw

• (n.) See Daw, n.
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jackdaw

(species Corvus monedula), crowlike black bird with gray nape and pearly eyes of the family Corvidae (q.v.; order Passeriformes). Jackdaws, which ... [1 related articles]
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Jackdaw

Jackdaw is London Cockney rhyming slang for jaw.
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Jackdaw

Jackdaw is a common name for two birds of the family Corvidae. The European jackdaw (Corvus monedula) , is about 33 centimetres long. It is dark grey, blackest and glossiest on the head, back, wings, and tail, with a paler grey neck.
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jackdaw

Bird belonging to the crow family, native to Europe and Asia. It is mainly black, but greyish on the sides and back of the head, and about 33 cm/1.1 ft long. It nests in tree holes or on buildings. Usually it lays five bluish-white eggs, mottled with tiny dark brown spots. Jackdaws feed on a wide range of insects, molluscs, spiders, worms, ...
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