American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. The common stork (Ciconia ciconia) of Europe and Asia, having black and white plumage, a dark red bill, and pinkish-red legs.
- n. a large wading bird, Ciconia ciconia, that winters in Africa and breeds in Europe; in mythology, it delivers babies
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. (Zoöl.) the common European stork.
- n. the common stork of Europe; white with black wing feathers and a red bill
“While the black stork is never found about buildings, but prefers marshy places in forests and breeds on the tops of the loftiest trees, the white stork attaches itself to man and for the service which it renders in the destruction of reptiles and the removal of offal has been repaid from the earliest times by protection and reverence, The derivation of chasidah (from chesed, "kindness") points to the paternal and filial attachment of which the stork seems to have been a type among the Hebrews no less than the”
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