noun \ˈstrk\

: a large bird that has long legs and a long bill and neck

Full Definition of STORK

:  any of various large mostly Old World wading birds (family Ciconiidae) that have long stout bills and are related to the ibises and herons

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Origin of STORK

Middle English, from Old English storc; akin to Old High German storah stork and probably to Old English stearc stiff — more at stark
First Known Use: before 12th century

Rhymes with STORK


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