Friday, 28 September 2012


Today's WOTD is: "cuervo" = raven/ crow

In Spanish, the noun "cuervo" is a masculine noun of Latin origin which means raven/ crow

Some commonly used expressions containing the words "cuervo" are:
  • Cuervo de cabeza negra (black head vulture/ American black vulture);
  • Cuervo de cabeza roja (turkey vulture);
  • Cuervo marino (cormorant);
  • Cuervo merendero (rook);

An example of the use of the word "cuervo" is:
  • La fábula del zorro y el cuervo (the fable of the fox and the crow); loves the word "cuervo" in the YouTube clip: La inteligencia de un cuervo

For more on the word "cuervo", visit: Cuervo

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