noun cor·vid \ˈkȯr-vəd\

Definition of corvid

  1. :  any of a family (Corvidae) of stout-billed passerine birds including the crows, jays, magpies, and the raven

Origin and Etymology of corvid

New Latin Corvidae, from Corvus, genus name, from Latin, raven

First Known Use: circa 1909

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