Jay (noun)

A crested, often brightly colored bird found mainly in the northern hemisphere, typically having a loud call.


Old english gēa, of germanic origin; related to dutch gaai and german gai.


  1. The Blue Jay is a common sight in backyard bird feeders.
  2. Jay's are known for their bright blue and white plumage.
  3. The Gray Jay is a common resident of the boreal forests.
  4. The Jay is a corvid, a family of birds that also includes crows and ravens.
  5. Jay's are known for their intelligence and problem-solving abilities.
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