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bird +‎ -o

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  • IPA(key): /ˈbɜːdəʊ/
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birdo (plural birdos)

  1. (Australia, slang) A birder or birdwatcher.
    • 2014, Rod Giblett, Canadian Wetlands: Places and People, page 182:
      I encountered a few of these "birdos", as we call them in Australia, when I visited Oak Hammock Marsh[.]

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Birdo

EtymologyEdit

From English bird, from Middle English brid, from Old English bridd.

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birdo (accusative singular birdon, plural birdoj, accusative plural birdojn)

  1. bird
    • 1910, Ivy Kellerman, A Complete Grammar of Esperanto, Project Gutenberg transcription
      Sur malgranda branĉo restis nesto, sed kie estis la birdoj!
      On a small branch sat a nest, but where were the birds!

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