Plymouth Rock

noun Plym·outh Rock \ˈpli-məth-\

Definition of Plymouth Rock

  1. :  any of a U.S. breed of medium-sized single-combed domestic chickens raised for eggs and meat

Origin and Etymology of plymouth rock

Plymouth Rock, traditional site of Pilgrim landing in 1620

First Known Use: 1849

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