great skua


Definition of GREAT SKUA

:  a large seabird (Stercorarius skua syn. Catharacta skua) that is related to the jaegers, has dusky plumage and broad rounded wings, breeds chiefly along arctic and antarctic shores, and forages over most cold and temperate seas

First Known Use of GREAT SKUA

circa 1954

Rhymes with GREAT SKUA


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