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Verb: crow  krow
  1. Dwell on with satisfaction
    - gloat, triumph
     
  2. Express pleasure verbally
    "She crowed with joy"
     
  3. Utter shrill sounds
    "The cocks crowed all morning"
Noun: crow  krow
  1. A black bird having a raucous call
     
  2. The cry of a cock (or an imitation of it)
     
  3. An instance of boastful talk
    - brag, bragging, crowing, vaporing [US], line-shooting, gasconade [archaic], vapouring [Brit, Cdn]
Noun: Crow  krow
  1. A Siouan language spoken by the Crow
     
  2. A small quadrilateral constellation in the Southern Hemisphere near Virgo
    - Corvus
     
  3. A member of the Siouan people formerly living in eastern Montana
    - Crow Nation

Derived forms: crowed, crows, Crows, crowing

Type of: blow, bluster, boast, boasting, brag, constellation, corvine bird, cry, emit, gas [informal], gasconade [archaic], jactitation, let loose, let out, self-praise, shoot a line [informal], Siouan, Siouan language, Sioux, skite [Austral, NZ, informal], swash [archaic], tout, utter, vaunt

Part of: Corvus, genus Corvus

Encyclopedia: Crow, John