Pa·​vo: a genus of gallinaceous birds (family Phasianidae) consisting of the peacocks

In Greco-Roman times the PAVO was seen sitting at the side of the goddess, Juno. Referred to as the “eyes of the stars”, its feathers contained the Ocellus from the Latin word “oculus”, meaning “eye”. A PAVO spreading its feathers was thought to be a symbol of guidance, protection, and watchfulness.

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