<quoted text>Speak to je of one "serpent" which is not a "snake".
Non-apologetically, I mean - and dos it matter? What species of "serpent" talks?
Numbers 2 & 3.....<quoted text>Oh, for cryin' in the grog.
Another halfwit about to claim that "serpent" does not mean "snake""
That's exactly and only what it means, you pillock.
1. A reptile of the order Serpentes; a snake.
2. often Serpent
a. In the Bible, the creature that tempted Eve.
3. A subtle, sly, or treacherous person.
4. A firework that writhes while burning.
5. Music A deep-voiced wind instrument of serpentine shape, used principally from the 17th to 19th century, about 2.5 meters (8 feet) in length and made of brass or wood.
6. Serpent Serpens.