Eagle

Eagle, the king of birds, and bird of Jove; was adopted by various nations as the emblem of dominant power, as well as of nobility and generosity; in Christian art it is the symbol of meditation, and the attribute of St. John; is represented now as fighting with a serpent, and now as drinking out of a chalice or a communion cup, to strengthen it for the fight.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Eads, James Buchanan * Eagle, Order of the Black
Dyce, William
Dyck, Van
Dyer, John
Dynam
Dynamite
Dynamo
Eacus
Eadmer
Eadric
Eads, James Buchanan
Eagle
Eagle, Order of the Black
Eagle of Brittany
Eagle of Meaux
Eagre
Earl
Earl Marshal
Earlom, Richard
Earlston
Early English
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Eagle in Brewer’s Dictionary of Phrase & Fable

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