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sheldrake

noun shel·drake \ˈshel-ˌdrāk\

Definition of SHELDRAKE

1
:  shelduck
2
:  merganser

Origin of SHELDRAKE

Middle English, from sheld- (akin to Middle Dutch schillede parti-colored) + drake
First Known Use: 14th century
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