- noun a bird of the Eurasian race of the tundra swan. [Cygnus columbianus bewickii.]Originfrom the name of the English artist and engraver Thomas Bewick (1753–1828).
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Bewick's swan — noun Eurasian subspecies of tundra swan; smaller than the whooper • Syn: ↑Cygnus columbianus bewickii • Hypernyms: ↑tundra swan, ↑Cygnus columbianus * * * ˈbyüik(s)ˈs noun also … Useful english dictionary
Bewick's swan — a tundra swan subspecies, Cygnus columbianus bewickii, of Eurasia, having white plumage, black legs, and a yellow patch on a black bill. [1820 30; after T. BEWICK] * * * … Universalium
Bewick's swan — noun A small swan, Cygnus columbianus, of the family Anatidae … Wiktionary
Bewick — may be:;People *Darren Bewick (born 1967), a former AFL footballer *Pauline Bewick (born 1935), an Irish artist *Thomas Bewick (1753 1828), an English wood engraver and ornithologist *William Bewick (1795–1866), an English portrait painter*Bewick … Wikipedia
Swan — For other uses, see Swan (disambiguation). Swans Mute Swans (Cygnus olor) Scientific classification Ki … Wikipedia
swan — swan1 swanlike, adj. /swon/, n. 1. any of several large, stately aquatic birds of the subfamily Anserinae, having a long, slender neck and usually pure white plumage in the adult. Cf. mute swan, trumpeter swan, whistling swan, whooper swan. 2. a… … Universalium
Swan — /swon/, n. Sir Joseph Wilson, 1828 1914, British chemist, electrical engineer, and inventor. * * * I Long necked, heavy bodied, big footed waterfowl (genus Cygnus, family Anatidae). Among waterfowl, swans are the largest and fastest, both… … Universalium
bewick swan — noun see bewick s swan … Useful english dictionary
Tundra Swan — (Bewick s Swan/Whistling Swan) Adult Bewick s Swan, Cygnus columbianus bewickii … Wikipedia
Thomas Bewick — Infobox Person | name = Thomas Bewick other names = birth date = August 1753 birth place = Mickley, Northumberland, England death date = death date|1828|11|8|mf=y death place = Gateshead, Durham, England occupation = Wood engraver Ornithologist… … Wikipedia