Jackdaw (noun)

A small black and gray bird of the crow family, found in Europe and western Asia.

Origin:

From old english "geacdæg" and old norse "gagadaugr".

Examples:

  1. Jackdaws are known for their intelligence and their ability to mimic other birds.
  2. The jackdaw is a common resident in the British Isles.
  3. Jackdaws are found in open country and in towns and cities.
  4. The jackdaw's scientific name is Corvus monedula.
  5. Jackdaws are known for their playful behavior and for building nests in chimneys and other unusual places.
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