Definition of European nightjar

1. Noun. Old World goatsucker.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of European Nightjar

European hop
European hornbeam
European hornbeams
European house cricket
European ladies' tresses
European larch
European lemming
European lobster
European magpie
European mink
European minks
European miracle
European mistletoe
European mountain ash
European nation
European nightjar (current term)
European nut pine
European nuthatch
European olive tree
European option
European options
European otter
European otters
European paradox
European parsley fern
European pasqueflower
European peacock
European peacocks
European perch
European perches

Literary usage of European nightjar

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1. The Analyst: A Quarterly Journal of Science, Literature, Natural History by William Holl, Neville Wood, Edward Mammatt (1835)
"... thrown into a bush where one of these birds is roosting, it will immediately begin to sing. The other " birds of the night" are, the European nightjar ..."

2. Our Summer Migrants: An Account of the Migratory Birds which Pass the Summer by James Edmund Harting (1877)
"In Syria and Palestine, Canon Tristram did not observe the European nightjar, but found a smaller and lighter-coloured species, on 1 " Birds of Egypt," p. ..."

3. The Naturalist in Bermuda: A Sketch of the Geology, Zoology, and Botany of by John Matthew Jones, John L. Hurdis, John Walter Wedderburn (1859)
"Excepting those already mentioned as sitting on the guns, at Ireland Island, I never saw them during the day time; like our European nightjar, I suppose ..."

4. Notes of a Naturalist in the Nile Valley and Malta: A Narrative of by Andrew Leith Adams (1870)
"However, the European nightjar, although late in arriving in Northern Europe, crosses the Mediterranean in the end of February. To be high flyers must be of ..."

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