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scoter

noun sco·ter \ˈskō-tər\
plural scoters or scoter

Definition of SCOTER

:  any of a genus (Melanitta) of sea ducks of chiefly coastal Eurasia, Canada, and the United States that have males with chiefly black plumage
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Origin of SCOTER

origin unknown
First Known Use: circa 1674

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