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Word of the Day 02/01/17 Chanticleer

Chanticleer (noun)


noun, Now Literary.
1. a rooster: used as a proper name in medieval fables.

Also, chantecler [chan-tuh-klair].

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Origin: 1250-1300; Middle English Chauntecler < Old French Chantecler noun use of verb phrase chante cler sing clear. See chant, clear

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