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rooster

📝 Description
"Rooster" is a noun in English, primarily used in American English. It comes from the Old English word "hroost," meaning the crest of a bird. It refers to a mature male chicken, known for its iconic crowing at sunrise. In British English, the term "cockerel" is more commonly used.
📝 Example Sentence
The rooster crows loudly, welcoming morning with vibrant enthusiasm.
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