crow

  1. black birds having a raucous call
  2. the cry of a cock (or an imitation of it)
  3. a member of the Siouan people formerly living in eastern Montana
  4. a small quadrilateral constellation in the southern hemisphere near Virgo
  5. an instance of boastful talk
  6. a Siouan language spoken by the Crow people

Crow

• (v. i.) A bar of iron with a beak, crook, or claw; a bar of iron used as a lever; a crowbar. • (v. i.) To shout in exultation or defiance; to brag. • (v. i.) The cry of the cock. See Crow, v. i., 1. • (v. i.) To make the shrill sound characteristic of a cock, either in joy, gayety, or defiance. • (v. i.) The mesentery of ...
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Crow

(from the article `English literature`) ...with his first collection, The Hawk in the Rain (1957), Hughes captured the ferocity, vitality, and splendour of the natural world. In works such ...
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crow

noun black birds having a raucous call
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Crow

[Animal] Primarily Canadian-born explorers who explored any country including Canada. See also the broader :Category:Explorers of Canada for explorers from other countries who explored Canada. ...
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Crow

[Australian Aboriginal mythology] In Australian Aboriginal mythology, Crow is a trickster, culture hero and ancestral being. In the Kulin nation in central Victoria he was known as Waa (also Wahn or Waang) and was regarded as one of two moiety ancestors, the other being the more sombre eaglehawk Bunjil. Legends relating to Crow have been ob...
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Crow

[missile] ==Development and RARE== Studies of the rocket-ramjet and solid-fueled ramjet concepts began at the U.S. Navy`s Naval Air Missile Test Center – later the Naval Missile Center – at Point Mugu, California in 1956, with the intent of increasing the range of small air-to-air missiles through using the combined ramjet and rocket pr...
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Crow

[poetry] Crow: From the Life and Songs of the Crow is a literary work by Ted Hughes, first published in 1970 by Faber & Faber, and one of Hughes` most important works. It is a collection of poems based around the character Crow, which borrows extensively from many world mythologies, notably Christian mythology. The first Crow poems were wri...
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Crow

Crow (krō) intransitive verb [ imperfect Crew (kru) or Crowed (krōd); past participle Crowed ( Crown (krōn), Obsolete); present participle & verbal noun Crowing .] [ Angl...
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Crow

Crow noun [ Anglo-Saxon crāwe a crow (in sense 1); akin to D. kraai , German krähe ; confer Icelandic krāka crow. So named from its cry, from Anglo-Saxon crāwan to crow. See Crow , intransitive verb ] 1.
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Crow

A distinctive sound made when a chanter reed is blown in the mouth. The crow can often give clues as to the potential performance of the reed.
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Crow

A lookout point at the top of the highest mast of a ship.
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Crow

A nickname, most often used by the wildlings in the north, given to the Night's Watch because of their all-black dress code. The sworn brothers of the watch dedicate their lives to protecting the Seven Kingdoms from threats beyond the Wall and are forbidden from marriage, family and land ownership.
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Crow

A tribe and reservation on Montana.
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crow

Any of 35 species of omnivorous birds in the genus Corvus, family Corvidae, order Passeriformes, which also includes choughs, jays, and magpies. Crows are usually about 45 cm/1.5 ft long, black, with a strong bill feathered at the base. The tail is long and graduated, and the wings are long and pointed, except in the jays and...
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crow

any of various glossy black birds found in most parts of the world, with the exception of southern South America. Crows are generally smaller and not ... [2 related articles]
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crow

crow A bird that never complains without caws.
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Crow

Crow is slang for a lookout.
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Crow

Crow, indigenous people of North America whose language belongs to the Siouan branch of the Hokan-Siouan linguistic stock (see Native American languages) and who call themselves the Absaroka, or bird people. They ranged chiefly in the area of the Yellowstone River and its tributaries and were a hunt...
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crow

crow, partially migratory black bird of the same family as the raven, the magpie, the jay, and the rook and the jackdaw of Europe. The American, or common, crow, about 19 in. (49 cm) long, has a wingspread of over 3 ft (92 cm). Crows eat some eggs and nestlings and grain, but destroy many harmful in...
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Crow

Member of an American Indian people who migrated from North Dakota to Montana in the 1600s. Formerly part of the Hidatsa (a Plains Indian people), they comprised three bands: Mountain, River, and...
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Crow

North American Indians of Siouan linguistic stock, historically affiliated with the village-dwelling Hidatsa of the upper Missouri River. They ... [4 related articles]
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Crow

The crow (Corvus) is a family of some 35 species of birds, the type of the family Corvidae. It includes, as British species, the carrion-crow, the hooded or Royston crow, the raven, the rook, and the jackdaw.
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Crow

Type: Term Pronunciation: krō Definitions: 1. R.S., 20th-century British physician. See: Crow-Fukase syndrome
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crow

[n] - a member of the Siouan people formerly living in eastern Montana 2. [n] - the cry of a cock (or an imitation of it) 3. [n] - a Siouan language spoken by the Crow people 4. [n] - black birds having a raucous call 5. [v] - utter shrill sounds 6. [v] - express pleasure verbally
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