As the Hornet came to anchor the cormorant saluted her, and she replied instantly.
The birds comprise a darter, a cormorant, a guillemot, and a penguin.
There Hoori had built a hut roofed with cormorant feathers, and there in due season she gave birth to a son.
The egg of the cormorant is but little larger than that of a pigeon.
Upon the coast the favourite breeding resorts of the cormorant are ranges of lofty cliffs, and small low islands and reefs.
It is true we agreed to say nothing about it before this cormorant.
The rock is named from its usual frequenters, the kite, hawk, and cormorant showing up in large numbers on the face.
The Spectacled or Pallas's cormorant is one of the rarest of all birds.
And almost before he had reached land, the old one came to him, and the cormorant skeleton was taken out of the kayak.
Yet in New Zealand there exist no fewer than fourteen other species of cormorant.
early 14c., from Old French cormarenc (12c., Modern French cormoran), from Late Latin corvus marinus "sea raven" + Germanic suffix -enc, -ing. The -t in English probably is from confusion with words in -ant. It has a reputation for voracity.