A messenger who is duped, because of their trusting nature; see “dove” and “naïve”
Pigeon 1. Charity, comfort and devotion. 2. A feeling of being blamed for other’s transgressions. 3. Homesickness, a desire to go home (as in “homing pigeon”). 4. Somewhat useful chatter and gossip, messages in the air.
Wood-Pigeon It symbolises a servant of the king who is well informed on governmental affairs. He advises the king or government in matters relating to national affairs so that the country advances in the right direction. It is also said that he is the financial minister of the state who is…