The male of a game bird, especially of a pheasant

Wikipedia foundation.

Look at other dictionaries:

  • cockbird — ˈ ̷ ̷ˌ ̷ ̷ noun Etymology: cock (I) + bird : a male bird …   Useful english dictionary

  • An Inland Voyage — (1878) is a travelogue by Robert Louis Stevenson about a canoeing trip through France and Belgium in 1876. It is Stevenson s earliest book and a pioneering work of outdoor literature.As a young man, Stevenson desired to be financially independent …   Wikipedia

  • Andrew Sanger — (born 1948) is a British freelance journalist and travel writer, known for many popular travel guides to France and the French regions, although he has also authored more than twenty guides to other locations.Sanger was educated at the Lycée… …   Wikipedia

  • cock — 1. noun /kɑk,kɔːk,kɒk/ a) A male bird, especially a domestic fowl. All right, cock b) Male chicken or other gallinaceous bird. The farmhands stack the hay into cocks …   Wiktionary

  • Class 47 renumbering — The 512 members of the class 47 underwent many changes in their long career on British railways. Under the TOPS system each change was reflected in a change of identity. This table attempts to catalogue those changes. BTC TOPS Name D1100 47298… …   Wikipedia

  • Cochet — Recorded in several spellings including Cochet, Cockett, Cockette and Cockitt, and closely related to the similar surname of Cockin, this is an English surname. It has several possible origins. The first is from the Old English pre 7th century… …   Surnames reference

  • Cogdon — This unusual and interesting name is of Anglo Saxon origin and is a locational name from a so called lost village, of which, it is estimated, that there are between seven and ten thousand that have disappeared from British maps. It is likely that …   Surnames reference

Share the article and excerpts

Direct link
Do a right-click on the link above
and select “Copy Link”

We are using cookies for the best presentation of our site. Continuing to use this site, you agree with this.