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noun - wading birds of warm regions having long slender down-curved bills
Any of various storklike wading birds of the family Threskiornithidae of temperate and tropical regions, having a long, slender, downward-curving bill.
The wood ibis.
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|Possible Crossword Clues|
|Sacred Egyptian bird|
|Sacred bird of the Pharaohs|
|Sacred bird of the Nile|
|Cousin of a heron|
|Possible Jeopardy Clues|
|Ancient Egyptians believed this bird to be a representative of the god Thoth|
|The "straw-necked" type of this wading bird isn't as well-known as the "sacred" or the "scarlet"|
|Possible Dictionary Clues|
|a large wading bird with a long downcurved bill, long neck, and long legs.|
|wading birds of warm regions having long slender down-curved bills|
|a large bird with long legs and a long, downward-curving beak, that walks around in water to find its food|
|Any of various storklike wading birds of the family Threskiornithidae of temperate and tropical regions, having a long, slender, downward-curving bill.|
|The wood ibis.|
|Ibis, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES|
|Ibis, Ardahan, TURKEY|
|Ibis, Balochistan, PAKISTAN|
|Ibis might refer to|
|The ibises (collective plural ibis; classical plurals ibides and ibes) are a group of long-legged wading birds in the family Threskiornithidae, that inhabit wetlands, forests and plains. "Ibis" derives from the Latin and Ancient Greek word for this group of birds. It also occurs in the scientific name of the cattle egret, (Bubulcus ibis), mistakenly identified in 1757 as being the sacred ibis.|