noun (used with a plural verb)
Origin of Aves
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In Aves and Mammalia (fig. 355) they are mainly confined to the dorsal and lateral parts.
And Hilarion wondered greatly, and said five Paters and six Aves.In the Yule-Log Glow, Book II|Various
And the gatherer, who must be out of deadly sin, must say three Pater Nosters and three Aves.The Old English Herbals|Eleanour Sinclair Rohde
The relations of the blastopore in Elasmobranchii and Aves is shewn in figs.
The long-deferred Aves Island claim has been satisfactorily paid and discharged.The Papers And Writings Of Abraham Lincoln, Volume Seven|Abraham Lincoln
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noun RC Church
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Word Origin and History for aves
"hail," also "farewell," early 13c. (in reference to the Ave Maria), from Latin ave, second person singular imperative of avere "to be or fare well."