Definition of daw:
Corvus Monedula, jackdaw.
- "Stories of the Foot-hills", Margaret Collier Graham.
Vain things were plenty- there was the turkey, and the swan, and the blue jay, and the wood- duck, and the wakon bird; and noisy, chattering, singing creatures, such as the daw, and the thrush, and the rook, and the prairie- dog, abounded- indeed there were more of each than was pleasing to the ear- but of women, vain, noisy, laughing, chattering women, there were none.- "Traditions of the North American Indians, Vol. 3 (of 3)", James Athearn Jones.
- "The Gamester (1753)", Edward Moore Commentator: Charles H. Peake Phillip R. Wikelund.