cygnet

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From Middle English cignet, signet, from Anglo-Norman cignet, diminutive of Old French cigne (swan), from Latin cygnus, cycnus (swan), from Ancient Greek κύκνος (kúknos, swan).

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cygnet (plural cygnets)

  1. The immature young of a swan.

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