Eudocimus

noun
Eu·doc·i·mus | \yüˈdäsəməs\

Definition of Eudocimus 

: a genus of ibises containing the New World white and scarlet ibises

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History and Etymology for Eudocimus

New Latin, from Greek eudokimos glorious, famous, from eu- + dokimos esteemed, from dokein to seem good

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