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Fowl are birds belonging to one of two biological orders , namely the gamefowl or landfowl ( Galliformes ) and the waterfowl ( Anseriformes ). Studies of anatomical and molecular similarities suggest these two groups are close evolutionary relatives; together, they form the fowl clade which is scientifically known as Galloanserae (initially termed Galloanseri).  This clade is also supported by morphological and DNA sequence data  as well as retrotransposon presence/absence data . 
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Old English fugel "bird," representing the general Germanic word for them, from Proto-Germanic *foglaz (cf. Old Frisian fugel , Old Norse fugl , Middle Dutch voghel , Dutch vogel , German vogel , Gothic fugls ), probably by dissimilation from *flug-la- , literally "flyer," from the same root as Old English fleogan , modern fly (v.1).
Originally "bird;" narrower sense of "domestic hen or rooster" (the main modern meaning) is first recorded 1570s; in U.S. also extended to ducks and geese. As a verb, Old English fuglian "to catch birds." Related: Fowled ; fowling .
The chicken ( Gallus gallus domesticus ) is a type of domesticated fowl , a subspecies of the red junglefowl . It is one of the most common and widespread domestic animals , with a total population of more than 19 billion as of 2011.  Humans keep chickens primarily as a source of food, consuming both their meat and their eggs .
fowl O.E. fugel "bird," general Gmc. word (cf. Gothic fugls), from P.Gmc. *foglaz (cf. O.N. fugl, M.Du. voghel, Ger. vogel, Goth. fugls), probably by dissimilation from *flug-la-, lit. "flyer," from the same root as O.E. fleogan, modern fly (v.1). Originally "bird;" narrower sense of "domestic hen or rooster" (the main modern meaning) is first recorded 1580; in U.S. also extended to ducks and geese.