Clangula

noun Clan·gu·la \ˈklaŋgyələ\

Definition of Clangula

  1. :  a genus containing such ducks as the long-tailed duck and formerly also the goldeneye

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Origin and Etymology of clangula

New Latin, from Greek klangē scream + New Latin -ula; akin to Latin clangere to scream — more at clang


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