fowl, (fowls, or fowl)

fowl, (fowls, or fowl)
دجاجة \ chicken: a hen or its meat. fowl, (fowls, or fowl): a farmyard bird, esp. a hen. hen: a farm bird that is kept for its eggs and meat.

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  • Fowls — Fowl Fowl (foul), n. Note: Instead of the pl. {Fowls} the singular is often used collectively. [OE. foul, fowel, foghel, fuhel, fugel, AS. fugol; akin to OS. fugal D. & G. vogel, OHG. fogal, Icel. & Dan. fugl, Sw. fogel, f[*a]gel, Goth. fugls; of …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Fowl — (foul), n. Note: Instead of the pl. {Fowls} the singular is often used collectively. [OE. foul, fowel, foghel, fuhel, fugel, AS. fugol; akin to OS. fugal D. & G. vogel, OHG. fogal, Icel. & Dan. fugl, Sw. fogel, f[*a]gel, Goth. fugls; of unknown… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • fowl — /fowl/, n., pl. fowls, (esp. collectively) fowl, v. n. 1. the domestic or barnyard hen or rooster; chicken. Cf. domestic fowl. 2. any of several other, usually gallinaceous, birds that are barnyard, domesticated, or wild, as the duck, turkey, or… …   Universalium

  • fowl — [faul] n plural fowl or fowls [U and C] [: Old English; Origin: fugel] 1.) a bird, such as a chicken, that is kept for its meat and eggs, or the meat of this type of bird 2.) old use any bird …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • fowl — [ faul ] (plural fowl or fowls) noun count 1. ) a bird that is kept on a farm for its eggs and meat, for example a chicken or a DUCK 2. ) an old word for bird => FISH1 …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • fowl — ► NOUN (pl. same or fowls) 1) (also domestic fowl) a domesticated bird derived from a junglefowl and kept for its eggs or flesh; a cock or hen. 2) any domesticated bird, e.g. a turkey or duck. 3) birds collectively, especially as the quarry of… …   English terms dictionary

  • fowl — [foul] n. pl. fowls or fowl [ME foule, foghel < OE fugol, akin to Ger vogel, bird < Gmc * fuglaz, altered by dissimulation < * fluglaz < * flug , *fleug < IE * pleuk > FLY1] 1. any bird: now only in combination [wildfowl] 2. any …   English World dictionary

  • fowl — n. & v. (pl. same or fowls) n. 1 any domestic cock or hen of various gallinaceous birds, kept for eggs and flesh. 2 the flesh of birds, esp. a domestic cock or hen, as food. 3 archaic (except in comb. or collect.) a bird (guineafowl; wildfowl). v …   Useful english dictionary

  • fowl — I. noun (plural fowl or fowls) Etymology: Middle English foul, from Old English fugel; akin to Old High German fogal bird, and probably to Old English flēogan to fly more at fly Date: before 12th century 1. a bird of any kind compare waterfowl,… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • fowl — /faʊl / (say fowl) noun (plural fowls, fowl) 1. → chicken (def. 1). 2. any of various other gallinaceous or similar birds, as the turkey or duck. 3. (in market and household use) a full grown domestic fowl for food purposes, as distinguished from …  

  • fowl — [[t]fa͟ʊl[/t]] fowls N COUNT (fowl can also be used as the plural form.) A fowl is a bird, especially one that can be eaten as food, such as a duck or a chicken. Carve the fowl into 8 pieces. ...ducks and many other animals and fowl …   English dictionary

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