Pelargi

plural noun Pe·lar·gi \pə̇ˈlärˌjī\

Definition of Pelargi

in some classifications

  1. :  a group of birds coextensive with or including the Ciconiidae

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Origin and Etymology of pelargi

New Latin, from Greek pelargoi, plural of pelargos stork, probably from pela- (akin to Greek polios gray) + argos white — more at fallow, argent


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