LAPWING. See [[Hoopoe]]. There is no support for this tr., found only in KJV (Lev 11:19; Deut 14:18). The Lapwing, or Green Plover, is a well-known British bird, and it is a winter visitor to Pal. Some thirty other shore birds either winter there or pass through on migration, and only one member of this very wandering family is a resident—the Spurwing Plover.
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia (1915)
A translation used in early VSS, now universally admitted to be incorrect. The lapwing had a crest, and resembled in size and color the hoopoe (Upupa epops). It appears in the lists of abominations only (Le 11:19 the [[King James Version]] and De 14:18 the King James Version, the [[Revised Version]] (British and American) HOOPOE, which see). The lapwing is a plover, and its flesh and eggs are delicious food.