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chanticleer (s) (noun), chanticleers (pl)
1. A rooster, especially in fairy tales; so called from the clearness or loudness of his voice in crowing.
2. Etymology: from about 1300, which came from Old French chante-cler, "sing-loud"; a name of a rooster in medieval stories of "Reynard the Fox".
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