Definition of Turdus pilaris

1. Noun. Medium-sized Eurasian thrush seen chiefly in winter.

Exact synonyms: Fieldfare, Snowbird
Generic synonyms: Thrush
Group relationships: Genus Turdus, Turdus



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Turdus Pilaris

Turcisms
Turck's bundle
Turck's column
Turck's degeneration
Turck's tract
Turco-
Turcoman
Turcomans
Turdidae
Turdinae
Turdus grayi
Turdus iliacus
Turdus merula
Turdus migratorius
Turdus philomelos
Turdus pilaris
Turdus torquatus
Turdus viscivorus
Turfan
Turfan dialect
Turgenev
Turgot
Turin
Turinese
Turing
Turing complete
Turing computable function
Turing computable functions
Turing degree
Turing jump

Literary usage of Turdus pilaris

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1. British Song Birds: Being Popular Descriptions and Anecdotes of the by Neville Wood (1836)
"... many a risk ye win The privilege to breathe our softer air And glean our sylvan berries. GISBORNE'S Walks in a Forest. SYNONYMS.—turdus pilaris, LINN. ..."

2. Publications by English Dialect Society (1881)
"Felt, sb. the fieldfare, turdus pilaris, L. Tho cock and hen being somewhat dissimilar, are sometimes distinguished as ' cock-felts' and ' hen-/H<s,' but a ..."

3. Leicestershire Words, Phrases, and Proverbs by Arthur Benoni Evans (1881)
"Felt, sb. tho fieldfare, turdus pilaris, L. The cock and hen being somewhat dissimilar, are sometimes distinguished as ' cock-felts' and ' hen-/e^«,' but a ..."

4. Provincial Names and Folk Lore of British Birds by Charles Swainson (1885)
"99-100 : quoting Dr. Buckland's " Curiosities of Natural History," Ser. II., 285-6. (See Curlew.) FIELDFARE (turdus pilaris). ..."

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