Cock (see Fowl).
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Crow (see Raven).
A crow is a bird, but has a negative or bad connotation to it. It is related to things that consume dead bodies.
Cormorant. Both the prophets Isaiah and Zephaniah linked the cormorant or “the pelican” (NKJV) with the bittern to describe the ruin God brings in judgment upon man’s proud cities (Is. 34:11; Zeph. 2:14). The cormorant (or “the fisher owl,” NKJV) was listed among the few birds the Israelites were not to eat (Lev. 11:17; Deut. 14:17).
Crocodile. The land crocodile appears as an unclean beast in the RSV rendering of (Leviticus 11:30). Many scholars assume that the crocodile is the mysterious “Leviathan” (whale, NEB) praised by Job (Job 41:1-34) and mentioned in (Psalm 74:14; 104:26); and (Isaiah 27:1).
Cow is an animal that man uses for food. They produce both milk and meat (when slain). Their value is in their easy nature to domesticate.
Crane. Cranes are the largest of several migratory birds that fly over Palestine (Jer. 8:7) in noisy flocks of thousands.
Calf. A calf is a baby cow, a child of an animal that is used for food supply.
Cankerworm (see Worm).
A cat is a four footed small animal that explores and breaks boundaries.