mute swan

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English[edit]

A mute swan.

Etymology[edit]

So called because it is not very vocal (though not entirely mute).

Noun[edit]

mute swan (plural mute swans)

  1. A white swan, Cygnus olor, found throughout Europe and much of Asia, having a distinctive orange bill with a black tip.

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