Gier-eagle meaning

(obsolete) A bird referred to in the Bible as unclean (Lev. xi. 18 and Deut. xiv. 17), probably the Egyptian vulture (Neophron percnopterus).
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Origin of gier-eagle

  • Compare Dutch gier vulture, German gier, and English gyrfalcon.

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