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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
1. (n.) The bill or nib of a bird, consisting of a horny sheath, covering the jaws. The form varied much according to the food and habits of the bird, and is largely used in the classification of birds.

2. (n.) A similar bill in other animals, as the turtles.

3. (n.) The long projecting sucking mouth of some insects, and other invertebrates, as in the Hemiptera.

4. (n.) The upper or projecting part of the shell, near the hinge of a bivalve.

5. (n.) The prolongation of certain univalve shells containing the canal.

6. (n.) Anything projecting or ending in a point, like a beak, as a promontory of land.

7. (n.) A beam, shod or armed at the end with a metal head or point, and projecting from the prow of an ancient galley, in order to pierce the vessel of an enemy; a beakhead.

8. (n.) That part of a ship, before the forecastle, which is fastened to the stem, and supported by the main knee.

9. (n.) A continuous slight projection ending in an arris or narrow fillet; that part of a drip from which the water is thrown off.

10. (n.) Any process somewhat like the beak of a bird, terminating the fruit or other parts of a plant.

11. (n.) A toe clip. See Clip, n. (Far.).

12. (n.) A magistrate or policeman.

Strong's Hebrew
6310. peh -- mouth
... root Definition mouth NASB Word Usage accord (1), accordance (1), accordance* (1),
accorded (1), according (9), according* (2), apt (1), beak (2), boast* (1 ...
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The Eagle and Its Brood
... What he brings into view are the characteristics common to the eagle and the vulture;
superb strength in beak and claw, keenness of vision almost incredible ...
/.../maclaren/expositions of holy scripture f/the eagle and its brood.htm

Psalm CIII.
... The eagle is said, after it becometh overpowered with bodily age, to be incapable
of taking food from the immoderate length of its beak, which is always ...
/.../augustine/exposition on the book of psalms/psalm ciii.htm

The Adventures of Saint James of Spain.
... No sooner did the monster see him than, darting down, it attacked him with its
red-hot beak, for having dared thus to enter its dominions. ...
/.../kingston/the seven champions of christendom/chapter six the adventures of.htm

The Phoenix
... from above. She gleams resplendent with a mingling of the green emerald,
and a shining beak [2055] of pure horn opens itself. Her ...
/.../lactantius/of the manner in which the persecutors died/the phoenix.htm

Whether There was any Reasonable Cause for the Ceremonial ...
... The ibis is an African bird with a long beak, and feeds on snakes; and perhaps it
is the same as the stork: it signifies the envious man, who refreshes himself ...
/.../aquinas/summa theologica/whether there was any reasonable.htm

The Creation of Fowl and Water Animals.
... Thus the species of carnivora is of one sort and of one constitution which suits
their manner of living, sharp talons, curved beak, swift wings, allowing them ...
/.../basil/basil letters and select works/homily viii the creation of.htm

Chapter viii
... again another seven days and again sent forth a dove from the ark; and the dove
came back to him at evening, and, lo, there was a fresh olive leaf in her beak. ...
/...// of genesis volume 1/chapter viii.htm

The Origin of Species.
... as tumblers, pouters, carriers, and fantails; birds which not only differ most
singularly in size, colour, and habits, but in the form of the beak and of the ...
/.../huxley/lay sermons addresses and reviews/xii the origin of species.htm

Ancient Chaldaea
... Some of them had the beak of an eagle or a hawk; others, four wings and two faces;
others, the legs and horns of a goat; others, again, the hind quarters of a ...
/.../chapter iancient chaldaea.htm

The Philosophers
... reach.". 343. The beak of the parrot, which it wipes, although it is clean.
344. Instinct and reason, marks of two natures. 345. ...
// vi the philosophers.htm

Beak (2 Occurrences)
... 6. (n.) Anything projecting or ending in a point, like a beak, as a promontory
of land. ... Multi-Version Concordance Beak (2 Occurrences). ...
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Peck (3 Occurrences)
... 2. (n.) A great deal; a large or excessive quantity. 3. (v.) To strike with
the beak; to thrust the beak into; as, a bird pecks a tree. ...
/p/peck.htm - 8k

Rostrum (1 Occurrence)
... 2. (n.) The beak or head of a ship. ... of the head of an animal, as the beak of
birds. 5. (n.) The beak, or sucking mouth parts, of Hemiptera. ...
/r/rostrum.htm - 7k

Ram (96 Occurrences)
... 6. (n.) A heavy steel or iron beak attached to the prow of a steam war vessel for
piercing or cutting down the vessel of an enemy; also, a vessel carrying such ...
/r/ram.htm - 41k

Eagle (27 Occurrences)
... nesher; properly the griffon vulture or great vulture, so called from its tearing
its prey with its beak), referred to for its swiftness of flight (Deuteronomy ...
/e/eagle.htm - 28k

Pelican (5 Occurrences)
... In the performance of this act it pressed the large beak, in the white species,
tipped with red, against the crop and slightly lifted the wings. ...
/p/pelican.htm - 11k

Crow (9 Occurrences)
... 4. (n.) A bird, usually black, of the genus Corvus, having a strong conical beak,
with projecting bristles. It has a harsh, croaking note. See Caw. ...
/c/crow.htm - 9k

Horn (108 Occurrences)
... Any natural projection or excrescence from an animal, resembling or thought to resemble
a horn in substance or form; esp.: (a) A projection from the beak of a ...
/h/horn.htm - 49k

... Its habit was to lie on its back and fight with beak and claw with such ferocity
that it seemed very possible that it would "tear and scratch the face." Some ...
/n/nightmonster.htm - 17k

Nail (9 Occurrences)
... 2. (n.) The basal thickened portion of the anterior wings of certain hemiptera.
3. (n.) The terminal horny plate on the beak of ducks, and other allied birds. ...
/n/nail.htm - 14k

Bible Concordance
Beak (2 Occurrences)

Genesis 8:11 And the dove came to him at eventide; and behold, in her beak was an olive-leaf plucked off; and Noah knew that the waters had become low on the earth.

Isaiah 10:14 And I have put my hands on the wealth of the peoples, as on the place where a bird has put her eggs; and as a man may take the eggs from which a bird has gone, so I have taken all the earth for myself: and not a wing was moved, and not a mouth gave out a sound.
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Peck (3 Occurrences)

Rostrum (1 Occurrence)

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Eagle (27 Occurrences)

Pelican (5 Occurrences)

Crow (9 Occurrences)

Horn (108 Occurrences)


Nail (9 Occurrences)


Nose (23 Occurrences)

Gier (2 Occurrences)

Whistle (3 Occurrences)

Ibis (2 Occurrences)

Falcon (2 Occurrences)

Retort (1 Occurrence)

Raven (7 Occurrences)

Pick (37 Occurrences)

Bill (9 Occurrences)

Beaker (1 Occurrence)

Beads (3 Occurrences)

Beard (23 Occurrences)

Bittern (4 Occurrences)

Cope (1 Occurrence)

Clip (2 Occurrences)

Clap (11 Occurrences)

Cormorant (4 Occurrences)

Armed (147 Occurrences)

Sifter (2 Occurrences)


Sue (2 Occurrences)

Swan (2 Occurrences)


Spot (42 Occurrences)

Heron (2 Occurrences)

Dove (27 Occurrences)

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