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Swan in English
large white waterbird having a long neck and webbed feet Cygnus, northern constellation

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Swan in Greek
κύκνος

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Swan in Chinese (s)
天鹅, 诗人, 歌星

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Swan in Chinese (t)
天鵝, 詩人, 歌星

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Swan in Arabic
الإوز العراقي, شخص فائق الجمال بجعة, البجع, الكوكبة الشمالية

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Swan in Spanish
cisne Cignus, constelación del norte

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Swan in Russian
лебедь [зоол.]; бард, поэт

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Swan in Dutch
zwaan Zwaan, noordelijk sterrenbeeld

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Swan in Portuguese
cisne constelação do norte

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Swan in Turkish
kuğu kuğu takımyıldızı [astr.]

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Swan in Italian
(Ornit) cigno; poeta, cantore Swan, costellazione del cigno nell'emisfero settentrionale (astr.)

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Swan in French
cygne Cygne, grande et brillante constellation septentrionale

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Swan in German
Schwan Cygnus, nördliches Sternenbild

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Swan in Japanese
白鳥, 大きくて白く長い首と水かきをもつ鳥; 白鳥座 白鳥座, 北の星座

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Swan in Hebrew
ברבור הברבור, קבוצת-כוכבים בצפון שביל החלב

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Swan in Korean
(조류) 백조

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Swan in Swedish
svan

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Swan in English
Duck In the opening runes of the ancient Finnish epic, the Kalevala, the earth is represented as coming into being by means of a duck or teal; in other Finnish legends it is an eagle. The duck makes her nest upon the knees of Ilmatar, the great water-mother, and lays six golden eggs and a seventh of iron. When the eggs hatch, fire is enkindled within Ilmatar, which causes her to shake herself, and in doing so she shakes the eggs into the great waters.
The primeval duck is very similar in idea to kalahansa, the primeval goose of ancient Hindustan, and also the Egyptian goose and Seb "the great Cackler"; although this ancient Finnish epic preserves the ancient wisdom-teaching of the seven globes which comprise the earth planetary chain, and also on a larger field of action, the solar system itself in its various inner and outer planes, and the surrounding and comprehending universe or galaxy.
Hamsa, Hansa (Sanskrit) The mystic swan or goose; representing divine wisdom beyond the reach of men. Exoterically, a fabulous bird which, when given milk mixed with water, drank only the milk and left the water, milk standing for spirit and water for matter. Anagrammatically, hamsa
"is equal to a-ham-sa, . . . meaning 'I am he' (in English), while divided in still another way it will read 'So-ham,' 'he (is) I' -- Soham being equal to Sah, 'he,' and aham, 'I,' or 'I am he.' In this alone is contained the universal mystery, the doctrine of the identity of man's essence with god-essence, for him who understands the language of wisdom. Hence the glyph of, and the allegory about, Kalahansa (or hamsa), and the name given to Brahma neuter (later on, to the male Brahma) of 'Hansa-Vahana,' he who uses the Hansa as his vehicle. The same word may be read 'Kalaham-sa' or 'I am I' in the eternity of Time, answering to the Biblical, or rather Zoroastrian 'I am that I am" (SD 1:78).
Kalahansa or Kalahamsa (Sanskrit) The swan in eternity; in the pre-cosmogonical aspect, Kalahansa becomes Brahman or Brahma (neuter), darkness or the unknowable; and second, the swan in time and space when by analogy Kalahansa becomes Brahma (masculine). Rather than Brahma being the Hansa-vahana (the one using the swan as vehicle), it is Brahma who is Kalahansa, while Purusha, the emanation from Brahma, as one of its aspects as a creative power, is the Hansa-vahana or swan-carrier.
"The 'Swan or goose' (Hansa) is the symbol of that male or temporary deity, as he, the emanation of the primordial Ray, is made to serve as a Vahan or vehicle for that divine Ray, which otherwise could not manifest itself in the Universe, being, antiphrastically, itself an emanation of 'Darkness' -- for our human intellect, at any rate" (SD 1:80).
"The 'First Cause' had no name in the beginnings. Later it was pictured in the fancy of the thinkers as an ever invisible, mysterious Bird that dropped an Egg into Chaos, which Egg becomes the Universe. Hence Brahm was called Kalahansa, 'the swan in (Space and) Time.' He became the 'Swan of Eternity,' who lays at the beginning of each mahamanvantara a 'Golden Egg.' It typifies the great Circle, or O, itself a symbol for the Universe and its spherical bodies" (SD 1:359).


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\swan\ (?), n. [as. swan; akin to d. zwaan, ohg. swan, g. schwan, icel. svanr, sw. svan, dan. svane; and perhaps to e. sound something audible.]
1. (zo?l.) any one of numerous species of large aquatic birds belonging to cygnus, olor, and allied genera of the subfamily cygnin?. they have a large and strong beak and a long neck, and are noted for their graceful movements when swimming. most of the northern species are white. in literature the swan was fabled to sing a melodious song, especially at the time of its death.
note: the european white, or mute, swan (cygnus gibbus), which is most commonly domesticated, bends its neck in an s-shaped curve. the whistling, or trumpeting, swans of the genus olor do not bend the neck in an s-shaped curve, and are noted for their loud and sonorous cry, due to complex convolutions of the windpipe. to this genus belong the european whooper, or whistling swan (olor cygnus), the american whistling swan (o. columbianus), and the trumpeter swan (o. buccinator). the australian black swan (chenopis atrata) is dull black with white on the wings, and has the bill carmine, crossed with a white band. it is a very graceful species and is often domesticated. the south american black-necked swan (sthenelides melancorypha) is a very beautiful and graceful species, entirely white, except the head and neck, which are dark velvety seal-brown. its bill has a double bright rose-colored knob.
2. fig.: an appellation for a sweet singer, or a poet noted for grace and melody; as shakespeare is called the swan of avon.
3. (astron.) the constellation cygnus.
swan
goose (zo?l.), a bird of india (cygnopsis cygnoides) resembling both the swan and the goose.
swan
shot, a large size of shot used in fowling.
swan
n : stately heavy-bodied aquatic bird with very long neck and usually white plumage as adult v
1. to declare or affirm as true: "before god i swear i am innocent." [syn: affirm, assert, avow, aver, swear]


2. move about aimlessly or without any destination, often in search of food or employment; "the gypsies roamed the woods"; "roving vagabonds"; "the wandering jew"; "the cattle roam across the prairie"; "the laborers drift from one town to the next" [syn: wander, stray, tramp, roam, cast, ramble, rove, range, drift, vagabond]


3. sweep majestically; "airplanes were swanning over the mountains"
swan
mentioned in the list of unclean birds (lev. 11:18; deut. 14:16), is sometimes met with in the jordan and the sea of galilee.
swan
secure wan ??? (rsa), "s/wan"
swan
sun wide area network (sun, wan)

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 whooping swan 
 tundra swan 
 hooper swan 
 woopher swan 
 whooper swan 
 swan river everlasting 
 swan shot 
 swan song 
 trumpeter swan 
 wild swan 
 whistling swan 
 swan goose 
 mute swan 

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(Heb. tinshemeth), thus rendered by the Authorized Version in (Leviticus 11:18; 14:16) where it occurs in the list of unclean birds Rut either of the renderings "porphyrio" (purple water-hen) and "ibis" is more probable. Neither of these birds occurs elsewhere in the catalogue; both would be familiar to residents in Egypt, and the original seems to point to some water-fowl. The purple water-hen is allied to our corn-crake and water-hen, and is the largest and most beautiful of the family Rallidae . It frequents marshes and the sedge by the banks of rivers in all the countries bordering on the Mediterranean and is abundant in lower Egypt.
  

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Swans are birds of the family Anatidae within the genus Cygnus. The swans' close relatives include the geese and ducks. Swans are grouped with the closely related geese in the subfamily Anserinae where they form the tribe Cygnini. Sometimes, they are considered a distinct subfamily, Cygninae. There are six or seven species of swan in the genus Cygnus; in addition there is another species known as the Coscoroba Swan, although this species is no longer considered one of the true swans. Swans usually mate for life, though 'divorce' does sometimes occur, particularly following nesting failure. And if a mate dies, or is killed by a predator, the remaining mate will take up with another; however, if all goes well in the pairing, they indeed will stay together "for life." The number of eggs in each ranges from three to eight.

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Aswan (; ; Ancient Egyptian: ; ; ), formerly spelled Assuan, is a city in the south of Egypt, the capital of the Aswan Governorate.

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A swan is a bird of the genus Cygnus.

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State: IOWA
City: SWAN

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Meaning
A final gesture.
Origin
Derived from the supposed behaviour of swans of singing just before they die.

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Noun
1. stately heavy-bodied aquatic bird with very long neck and usually white plumage as adult
(hypernym) aquatic bird
(hyponym) coscoroba
(member-holonym) Anatidae, family Anatidae
(part-meronym) swan's down
Verb
1. to declare or affirm solemnly and formally as true; "Before God I swear I am innocent"
(synonym) affirm, verify, assert, avow, aver, swear
(hypernym) declare
(hyponym) hold
2. move about aimlessly or without any destination, often in search of food or employment; "The gypsies roamed the woods"; "roving vagabonds"; "the wandering Jew"; "The cattle roam across the prairie"; "the laborers drift from one town to the next"; "They rolled from town to town"
(synonym) roll, wander, stray, tramp, roam, cast, ramble, rove, range, drift, vagabond
(hypernym) travel, go, move, locomote
(hyponym) maunder
(verb-group) stray, err, drift
3. sweep majestically; "Airplanes were swanning over the mountains"
(hypernym) sweep, sail


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To dream of seeing white swans floating upon placid waters, foretells prosperous outlooks and delightful experiences.

To see a black swan, denotes illicit pleasure, if near clear water.

A dead swan, foretells satiety and discontentment

To see them flying, pleasant anticipations will be realized soon.
  

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eala (pl., ealaí) f.

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Alarch = n. a swan

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Old Black Swan, De Luxe Blended Scotch Whisky

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By: Quality Spirits International - William Grant & Sons Ltd. (Scotland)

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List of members:
Bewick's Swans
Black-necked Swans
Black Swans
Mute Swans
Trumpeter Swans
Tundra Swans
Whooper Swans
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Sun Wide Area Network

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Issues of Western Australia.

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(n.)
The constellation Cygnus.
   (n.)
Fig.: An appellation for a sweet singer, or a poet noted for grace and melody; as Shakespeare is called the swan of Avon.
   (n.)
Any one of numerous species of large aquatic birds belonging to Cygnus, Olor, and allied genera of the subfamily Cygninae. They have a large and strong beak and a long neck, and are noted for their graceful movements when swimming. Most of the northern species are white. In literature the swan was fabled to sing a melodious song, especially at the time of its death.
  

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An important bird in the tales of the Elder Days. The Teleri seem to have especially revered swans, naming their city Alqualondë (the Swanhaven), and building their ships in swan-form.

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all-expenses paid trip, common amongst politicians

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mentioned in the list of unclean birds (Lev. 11:18; Deut. 14:16), is sometimes met with in the Jordan and the Sea of Galilee.

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Swan in Greek
(Lex**) κύκνος

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Ουσ. κύκνος

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κύκνος

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Swan in Esperanto
n. cigno

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cigno

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Swan in Chinese (s)
[E] swan (n) [P] cisne (m) [C] 天鹅

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Swan in Luxembourgish
nm - Schwan (pl. Schwanen)

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Swan in Interlingua
cygno

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Swan in Arabic

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التم: الاوز العراقى شخص او شئ فائق الجمال الخ شاعر او مغن رقيق كوكبة الدجاجة

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اسْم : التَّمّ . الإوزّ العراقيّ


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قِثْطارُ سوان غانْتس (قثطار مرن نفاخيٌّ وعديد الرؤوس لقياس ضغوط الدم) تَشَوُّهٌ شَبِيْهٌ بعُنُقِ البَجْعَة

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الأوزّ العراقي، التمّ










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ألاسم

اْوز العراقي; شخص فائق الجمال


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Swan in Czech
labuť

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Swan in Indonesian
angsa

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angsa
my child #19

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Swan in Spanish
cisne

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cisne

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cisne negro (Cygnus olor) cisne vulgar (archit) cuello de cisne, pieza doblada formando curva y contravurva cisne trompetero (Cygnus columbianus) cisne chico, cisne de tundra (Cygnus columbianus) cisne chico, cisne de tundra cisne cantor

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(n.) = cisne.
Ex: Many enquiries also fall into this category, eg, 'Can you tell me where to look for the laws protecting swans?'.
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* mute swan = cisne vulgar.
* swan dive = salto del ángel.
* trumpeter swan = cisne trompetero.
* tundra swan = cisne de tundra, cisne chico.
* whooper swan = cisne cantor.


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cisne

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Swan in Russian
[n.] лебедь
black ~ чёрный лебедь, [перен.] странное явление {сочетание}
the Swan of Avon Шекспир

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(n) бард; лебедь; поэт

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лебедь

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лебедь

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n. 1. лебедь; black swan - черный лебедь; перен. аномалия, странное явление; mute swan - лебедь-шипун; whooping swan - лебедь-кликун 2. (Swan) астр. созвездие Лебедя 3. бард, поэт; the Swan of Avon - Шекспир

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Swan in Dutch
zwaan

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Swan in Portuguese
cisne

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Swan in Turkish
kuğu

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kugu

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i. kuğu.

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i. kuğu.

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kuğu

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Swan in Thai
nc. สว็อน (En.)
1. หงส์ : Her manner is as graceful as a swan.= กิริยาของเธอสง่าเหมือนหงส์

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(สวอน) n. หงส์

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หงส์

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Swan in Vietnamese

[swɔn]

◊ danh từ

▪ (động vật học) con thiên nga

▪ nhà thơ thiên tài; ca sĩ thiên tài

▪ (thiên văn học) chòm sao Thiên nga

▫ all his geese are swans

▪ cái gì của nó cũng là vàng cả

▫ the Swan of Avon

▪ Sếch-xpia



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Swan in Italian
cigno

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Swan in Romanian
constelatia lebedei;lebada

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1. lebada (Cygnidae sp.)
2. Lebada , constelatia Lebedei

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9el) izolator cu pipă / cu suport
  

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lebada

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lebada

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Swan in Catalan
s cigne

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Swan in Polish
łabędź m

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łabędź

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łabędź

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Swan in French
swan1 [swKn] n cygne m;
mute swan, cygne commun ou muet;
black swan, cygne noir;
Am Swimming swan dive, saut m de l'ange;
MecE swan neck, cou m ou col m de cygne;
Fig swan song, chant m du cygne.

swan2 vi (-nn-) F to swan around, se balader, musarder;
he just sort of swans around the office all day, il ne fait que musarder dans le bureau toute la journée;
he seems to have swanned off early, on dirait qu'il a pris le large de bonne heure;
don't think you can come swanning back just when you feel like it, she said, ne crois pas que tu peux revenir en te pavanant juste quand tu en as envie, dit-elle;
a swanning sort of job, un boulot plutôt tranquille ou F peinard.

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cygne

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Swan in Bulgarian
лебед; лебедов;

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[swЈn] n 1. лебед, black ~ прен. странно явление, голяма рядкост{2} [swЈn] v (-nn-) 1. разхождам се; нося се плавно; 2. шляя се

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[swon] n 1. лебед, black ~ прен. странно явление, голяма рядкост: 2. астр. лебед (сьзвездие); З. поет. поет, бард; the S. of Avon Шекспир. [swon] v (-nn-) 1. разхождам се; нося се плавно; 2. шляя се (around).

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Swan in Croatian
labud

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labud , labudica , labudov , labudovski , labuđi

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labud

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Swan in German
Schwan, Schwans, Schwan

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Swan in Danish
svane

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Swan in Persian
(ج‌.ش‌.) قو، دجاجه‌، متعجب‌ شدن‌، پرسه‌ زدن‌، اظهار كردن‌

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متعجب شدن، اظهاركردن، دجاجه، پرسه زدن، قو(ج.ش.)

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(ج.ش ).قو،دجاجه ،متعجب شدن ،پرسه زدن ،اظهار کردن
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swan balance 
 swan dive 
swan herd 
 swan neck 
swan scale 
 swan song 
swan support 
 swan vault 
swan's down



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)ج‌.ش‌.( قو ، دجاجه‌ ، متعجب‌ شدن‌ ، پرسه‌ زدن‌ ، اظ‌هار كردن‌

Dictionary source: Farajbeik English Persian Dictionary (v.2)
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Dictionary source: Farajbeik English Persian Dictionary (v.1)
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Swan in Finnish
joutsen

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Swan in Hungarian
hattyú

Dictionary source: English-Hungarian Dictionary
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hattyú

Dictionary source: English-Hungarian Dictionary (Száraz)
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hattyú

Dictionary source: English Hungarian Dictionary (Csorvassy)
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Swan in Serbian
Labud

Dictionary source: English Serbian Dictionary
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Swan in Albanian
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Dictionary source: English Albanian Dictionary
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Swan in Mongolian
n. хун шувуу.

Dictionary source: Temuka's English-Mongolian Dictionary
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хун, хун шувуу

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Swan in Swedish
svan

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Swan in Urdu
n.
راج ہنس- بطخ-


Dictionary source: English-Urdu Dictionary v0.91b
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Swan in Slovak
labod, pesnik

Dictionary source: Bidirectional English Slovenian Dictionary
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Swan in Ukrainian
(n) лебідь

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