Complete Definition of "scarecrow"

Image:Kakashi2.jpg|thumb||Scarecrows in a rice paddy in Japan.
English
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Etymology
From scare + crow

Pronunciation
a|RP IPA|/ËskÉÉ.krÉÊ/
a|US IPA|/ËskÉr.kroÊ/

Noun
en-noun

  1. An effigy, typically made of straw and dressed in old clothes, fixed to a pole in a field to deter birds from eating seeds or crops planted there.
  2. context|figuratively|pejorative A tall, thin, awkward person.

Translations
trans-top|an effigy made of straw
Chinese: 稻è人 (dàocÇorén)
Czech: strašák m
Dutch: vogelverschrikker m, (dialectal) vogelschrik m
Esperanto: birdotimigilo
Finnish: variksenpelätin, variksenpelätti
French: épouvantail m
German: Vogelscheuche f
Icelandic: fuglahræða
Italian: spaventapasseri m|s
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Japanese: ããã (kakashi)
Maricopa: chiyer thʼer
Norwegian: fugleskremsel
O'odham: vaá¹£ai gakidagÄ­ odham
Portuguese: espantalho
Russian: пÑгало (púgalo) n, ÑÑÑело (ÄúÄelo) n
Spanish: espantapájaros m|s
Swedish: fågelskrämma c
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