Etymology: stork, from storc, from common Germanic , from (PIE.) strÌgos, probably an extension of ster- "stiff" (from its movements). Near cognates include German Storch and Icelandic storkur.
- A large wading bird with long legs and a long beak of the family Ciconiidae.
- the stork: a mythical stork responsible for bringing newborn baby, babies to their parents
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