Definition of Quezal

1. quetzal [n -S or -ES] - See also: quetzal



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Quezal

queueings
queueless
queuer
queuers
queues
queuine
queuine tRNA-ribosyltransferase
queuing
queuings
quey
queyn
queynie
queynies
queyns
queys
quezal (current term)
quezales
quezals
qugate
qugates
qui tam
qui tams
qui vive
quiaquia
quib
quibble
quibbled
quibbler
quibblers
quibbles

Literary usage of Quezal

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1. The Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and General by Thomas Spencer Baynes (1888)
"The quezal is hardly so big as a Turtle-Dove. The quezalTENANGO, a city of ... quezal, male ami female. cock h&s a fine yellow bill and a head bearing a ..."

2. Sexual Dimorphism in the Animal Kingdom: A Theory of the Evolution of by Joseph Thomas Cunningham (1900)
"66 and 138) gives reasons for believing that the male quezal takes no part in incubation, and describes the behaviour of the living male bird under his own ..."

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