Definition of Fowl

Fowl v. i. means: To catch or kill wild fowl, for game or food, as by shooting, or by decoys, nets, etc.

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Fowl v. i. means: To catch or kill wild fowl, for game or food, as by shooting, or by decoys, nets, etc.

Meaning of Fowl

Fowl (v. i.) means: To catch or kill wild fowl, for game or food, as by shooting, or by decoys, nets, etc.

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Fowl (v. i.): To catch or kill wild fowl, for game or food, as by shooting, or by decoys, nets, etc.

Game fowl (): A handsome breed of the common fowl, remarkable for the great courage and pugnacity of the males.

Decoy (n.): A fowl, or the likeness of one, used by sportsmen to entice other fowl into a net or within shot.

Cochin fowl (): A large variety of the domestic fowl, originally from Cochin China (Anam).

Chicken (n.): A young bird or fowl, esp. a young barnyard fowl.

Pintado (n.): Any bird of the genus Numida. Several species are found in Africa. The common pintado, or Guinea fowl, the helmeted, and the crested pintados, are the best known. See Guinea fowl, under Guinea.

Fowled (imp. & p. p.): of Fowl

Fowling (p. pr. & vb. n.): of Fowl

Fowls (pl. ): of Fowl

Caponize (v. t.): To castrate, as a fowl.

Cackler (n.): A fowl that cackles.

Dandy-hen (n. fem.): A bantam fowl.

Gibbier (n.): Wild fowl; game.

Gamecock (n.): The male game fowl.

Scry (v.): A flock of wild fowl.

Palmiped (a.): Web-footed, as a water fowl.

Divedapper (n.): A water fowl; the didapper. See Dabchick.

Gorge (n.): That which is gorged or swallowed, especially by a hawk or other fowl.

Decoy-man (n.): A man employed in decoying wild fowl.

Rooster (n.): The male of the domestic fowl; a cock.

Pullet (n.): A young hen, or female of the domestic fowl.

Roostcock (n.): The male of the domestic fowl; a cock.

Volatile (n.): A winged animal; wild fowl; game.

Shanghai (n.): A large and tall breed of domestic fowl.

Maybird (n.): The whimbrel; -- called also May fowl, May curlew, and May whaap.

Chickabiddy (n.): A chicken; a fowl; also, a trivial term of endearment for a child.

Sit (v. t.): To cover and warm eggs for hatching, as a fowl; to brood; to incubate.

Gill (n.): The fleshy flap that hangs below the beak of a fowl; a wattle.

Shawfowl (n.): The representation or image of a fowl made by fowlers to shoot at.

Alectorides (n. pl.): A group of birds including the common fowl and the pheasants.

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Meaning of Fowl

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Meaning of BEAKER

BEAKER means: Beaker is slang for a fowl, a chicken.

Meaning of english (why is ... so hard?)

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Meaning of Fowl

Fowl means: To catch or kill wild fowl, for game or food, as by shooting, or by decoys, nets, etc.

Meaning of Game fowl

Game fowl means: A handsome breed of the common fowl, remarkable for the great courage and pugnacity of the males.

Meaning of Decoy

Decoy means: A fowl, or the likeness of one, used by sportsmen to entice other fowl into a net or within shot.

Meaning of Cochin fowl

Cochin fowl means: A large variety of the domestic fowl, originally from Cochin China (Anam).

Meaning of Chicken

Chicken means: A young bird or fowl, esp. a young barnyard fowl.

Meaning of Pintado

Pintado means: Any bird of the genus Numida. Several species are found in Africa. The common pintado, or Guinea fowl, the helmeted, and the crested pintados, are the best known. See Guinea fowl, under Guinea.

Meaning of Fowled

Fowled means: of Fowl

Meaning of Fowling

Fowling means: of Fowl

Meaning of Fowls

Fowls means: of Fowl

Meaning of Caponize

Caponize means: To castrate, as a fowl.

Meaning of Cackler

Cackler means: A fowl that cackles.

Meaning of Dandy-hen

Dandy-hen means: A bantam fowl.

Meaning of Gibbier

Gibbier means: Wild fowl; game.

Meaning of Gamecock

Gamecock means: The male game fowl.

Meaning of Scry

Scry means: A flock of wild fowl.

Dictionary words and meanings

Meaning of Cuirassier

Cuirassier means: A soldier armed with a cuirass.

Meaning of Hote

Hote means: To promise.

Meaning of Light

Light means: To feel light; to be made happy.

Meaning of Passegarde

Passegarde means: A ridge or projecting edge on a shoulder piece to turn the blow of a lance or other weapon from the joint of the armor.

Meaning of Speed

Speed means: To cause to be successful, or to prosper; hence, to aid; to favor.

Slang words and meanings

Meaning of bucket fanny

bucket fanny means: Noun. A large, expansive vagina. Often used in a context that implies promiscuity.

Meaning of NA

NA means: Nice Ass

Meaning of bab-ie

bab-ie means: When you greet some-one you would say you all right bab-ie how's it going on youth - where 'youth' is used the same as mate or lad or if you don't know the persons name.

Meaning of FISH SCALES

FISH SCALES means: crack

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