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bantam (often cap.) a member of a small-sized breed of chicken, sometimes the miniature version of a larger breed. [1/3 definitions]
biddy1 a hen or young chicken.
broiler a young chicken fit for broiling. [1/2 definitions]
chick a newly hatched or immature bird or fowl, esp. a chicken. [1/3 definitions]
chicken wire a flexible wire netting, usu. of hexagonal mesh, esp. for chicken coop enclosures and other light barriers.
chop suey a Chinese-American dish of bean sprouts, other vegetables, and small bits of meat, chicken, or fish cooked and poured over rice.
chow mein a Chinese-American dish of stewed bean sprouts, other vegetables, and bits of chicken, seafood, or meat, poured over fried noodles.
city chicken see "mock chicken."
cock1 the adult male of a chicken or other fowl; rooster. [1/8 definitions]
coq au vin a dish consisting of chicken browned and stewed in red wine with onions, mushrooms, and seasonings.
disjointed separated or cut apart at the joints, as a chicken prepared for cooking. [1/2 definitions]
fryer a young chicken that is fit for frying. [1/2 definitions]
fumet a rich broth made by boiling the bones of fish or chicken with wine and herbs.
hen a female bird, esp. a chicken.
herpes any of a number of infectious diseases caused by herpesviruses, esp. herpes simplex and chicken pox and shingles. [1/2 definitions]
herpesvirus any of a family (Herpesviridae) of double-stranded DNA viruses, including viruses that cause herpes simplex, chicken pox, and shingles. [1/2 definitions]
hock1 the analogous joint on the leg of a chicken, turkey, or other domestic fowl. [1/4 definitions]
jambalaya a Creole dish of rice cooked with ham, chicken, shrimp, oysters, and the like, and seasoned with herbs and spices.
jungle fowl any of several tropical birds with combs and wattles, related to the domestic chicken.
leghorn (usu. cap.) any of a Mediterranean breed of domestic chicken raised for its ability to lay many white eggs. [1/3 definitions]
lek2 an area used for courtship displays by male animals, esp. the prairie chicken.