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Definition of Carrion
CarrionCarrion Car"ri*on, n. [OE. caroyne, OF. caroigne, F. charogne,
LL. caronia, fr. L. caro flesh Cf. Crone, Crony.]
1. The dead and putrefying body or flesh of an animal; flesh
so corrupted as to be unfit for food.
They did eat the dead carrions. --Spenser.
2. A contemptible or worthless person; -- a term of reproach.
[Obs.] ``Old feeble carrions.' --Shak. CarrionCarrion Car"ri*on, a.
Of or pertaining to dead and putrefying carcasses; feeding on
A prey for carrion kites. --Shak.
Carrion beetle (Zo["o]l.), any beetle that feeds habitually
on dead animals; -- also called sexton beetle and
burying beetle. There are many kinds, belonging mostly
to the family Silphid[ae].
Carrion buzzard (Zo["o]l.), a South American bird of
several species and genera (as Ibycter, Milvago, and
Polyborus), which act as scavengers. See Caracara.
Carrion crow, the common European crow (Corvus corone)
which feeds on carrion, insects, fruits, and seeds.
Meaning of Carrion from wikipedia
"meat") is the decaying flesh
of dead animals, including human
is an important
- The carrion
crow (Corvus corone) is a p****erine bird of the family Corvidae
and the genus Corvus which
to western Europe
and the eastern
is a fictional
character, a supervillain appearing
in American comic books published
Comics. The character
is usually depicted
- Carrion refers
to the carc**** of a dead animal. Carion, Carrion
may also refer
to: Carion, Madagascar, former
name of Nandihizana Carrión
(/kɛər.iː.ɪn/) is a horror video
as a "reverse-horror game"...
flowers, also known
as corpse flowers
flowers, are mimetic flowers
that emit an odor that smells
L. Carrión Rexach
26, 1952) is the executive chairman
of Po****r, Inc., the parent company
Po****r de Puerto
- opportunistic forager
and feeder. It is so similar
to the carrion
crow (Corvus corone), for many years
they were considered
by most authorities...
- Jose Antonio
"Bong" Nieva Carrion
(June 19, 1948 – March
27, 2017) was a Filipino
politician, who was a governor
of the province
of Marinduque, in the...
- Daniel Alcides Carrión
García (August 12, 1857 – October
5, 1885) was a Peruvian medical student after
is named. Carrión described
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