Pronunciation of Bird
/bˈɜːd/, /bˈɜːd/, /b_ˈɜː_d/
Synonyms for bird:
Other synonyms and related words:
hiss, snort, sort, thing, broad, character, biddy, fowl, snicker, Bronx Cheer, life, wight, woman, slob, customer, guy, face, doll, frump, sibilation, bod, hissing, body, waterfowl, man, scout, fizzle, raspberry, harpy, jeer, virago, shuttle, harridan, baby, personage, annulus, cat, shucks, dolly, darn, specimen, razzing, shuttlecock, raspberry bush, birdie, cookie, domestic fowl, boo, skirt, gentlewoman, person, egg, bluejay, nestling, witch, lady, snigger, ma'am, party, poultry, razz, catcall, hoot, chick, hen, wench, girl, filly, soul, bag, madam, minger, dame, birdwatch.
Sense 1 (noun)
Sense 2 (noun)
Sense 3 (noun)
Sense 5 (noun)
buzzard, wren, lovebird, eagle, loon, dove, doll, mourning dove, pelican, cuckoo, partridge, flamingo, shuttlecock, robin, emu, nuthatch, grosbeak, sheldrake, chick, chickadee, swan, hawk, stork, dame, hoot, horned owl, oriole, weaver, hummingbird, kingfisher, rook, bluebill, grackle, finch, crow, birdie, ringtail, macaw, goldfinch, hiss, myna, wench, barn owl, curlew, harrier, redbird, bittern, egret, osprey, squab, snort, pigeon, bluebird, crane, mallard, fowl, nightingale, parrot, waxwing, songbird, dodo, birdwatch, blackbird, duck, raspberry, turkey, parakeet, mockingbird, heron, plover, cockatoo, magpie, quetzal, penguin, boo, teal, swift, road runner, shuttle, woodpecker, puffin, condor, raven, grouse, gull, tern, booby, albatross, Canada Goose, ibis, crested jay, canary, vulture, redwing, yellowbird, peregrine, cassowary, ostrich, bullfinch, thrush, razzing, sparrow, sea gull, snipe, jackdaw, cardinal, spoonbill, jay, starling, Bronx Cheer, blue jay, goose, turtledove, skirt, falcon, peacock, bald eagle, sandpiper, coot, pheasant, owl, lark, cormorant.
flying animal (noun)
Usage examples for bird:
- One day Gondar heard the bird, and told me that if I sent it to the Exchange I should certainly get fifty guineas for it. - "The Memoires of Casanova, Complete The Rare Unabridged London Edition Of 1894, plus An Unpublished Chapter of History, By Arthur Symons", Jacques Casanova de Seingalt.
- The bird he sent to me, and gave me two of the eggs. - "The Nests and Eggs of Indian Birds, Volume 1", Allan O. Hume.
- Did you ever hear such bird music in all your life? - "Lucile Triumphant", Elizabeth M. Duffield.