Fowl vs Drumstick - What's the difference?
As nouns the difference between fowl and drumstick
is that fowl
is (archaic) a bird while drumstick
is a stick used to play drums.
As a verb fowl
is to hunt fowl.
(archaic) A bird.
A bird of the order Galliformes, including chickens, turkeys, pheasant, partridges and quail.
Birds which are hunted or kept for food, including Galliformes and also waterfowl of the order Anseriformes such as ducks, geese and swans.
- And now I take vpon me the aduentures of holy thynges / & now I see and vnderstande that myn old synne hyndereth me and shameth me / so that I had no power to stere nor speke whan the holy blood appiered afore me / So thus he sorowed til hit was day / & herd the fowles synge / thenne somwhat he was comforted
To hunt fowl.
- We took our guns and went fowling .
A stick used to play drums.
The second joint of the leg bone of a chicken or other fowl, as meat.
(India) The moringa or drumstick tree, Moringa oleifera , especially its slender, cylindrical pods.
* (chicken) chicken leg
* (chicken) chicken thigh, thigh