A Favorite Folk-Tale, Pictures by J. P. Miller
This nickname was given to Delaware after the glightin Blue Hen Cocks, that were carried with the Delaware Revolutionary War Soldiers
Gallus gallus -- adopted 14 April 1939
Group nouns: Flock, brood, peep
Group nouns: Stand, flamboyance
Group nouns: Cast, kettle, boil
Group nouns: Charm, chattering, drum, hover, troubling
Group nouns: Sord, lute, brace, puddling, flush
Group nouns: Watch, flock, route, match
Group nouns: Flock, troop
Group nouns: Company, flock, prattle, pandemonium
Group nouns: Colony, rookery, parade, parcel, crèche, huddle
Group nouns: Bouquet, nest, nide, nye, brood, covey
Group nouns: Flight, host, quarrel, tribe, ubiquity
Group nouns: Rafter, flock
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Unofficial nickname. This nickname is said to have been given to Delaware after the fighting Blue Hen Cocks that were carried with the Delaware Revolutionary War soldiers for entertainment during cock fights. The Blue Hen is Delaware's state bird.
Norske Folkeeventyr, 1845
Used to refer to a nagging or complaining woman
Panadol is an English brand name with the American equivalent of Tylenol.
Originally published in 1933 by Peter de Rose as a piano solo, lyrics were added in 1939 by Mitchell Parish.
The Greek city that was the center of culture and learning during ancient times