wigeon

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English[edit]

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Anas penelope

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Etymology[edit]

early 16th century: perhaps of imitative origin and suggested by pigeon

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Noun[edit]

wigeon (plural wigeons)

  1. Any of three freshwater dabbling ducks.
  2. (dated) A fool.

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