chan·ti·cleer | \ ˌchan-tə-ˈklir , ˌshan- \
Definition of chanticleer
… now that that antisocial chanticleer has bitten the dust, the henhouse is as gentle and peaceful as a nunnery …
— Science 83
It is typically used like a proper name
… to brag as lustily as chanticleer in the morning, standing on his roost, if only to wake my neighbors up.
— Henry David Thoreau
As to poor Crusoe in the self-same sea, no saint's bell pealed forth the lapse of week or month; each day went by unchallenged; no chanticleer announced those sultry dawns, no lowing herds those poisonous nights.
— Herman Melville