[jak-snahyp] /ˈdʒækˌsnaɪp/

noun, plural (especially collectively) jacksnipe (especially referring to two or more kinds or species) jacksnipes.
Also called half snipe. a small, short-billed , Limnocryptes minimus, of Europe and Asia.
any of several related .
noun (pl) -snipe, -snipes
a small Eurasian short-billed snipe, Lymnocryptes minima
any of various similar birds, such as the pectoral sandpiper


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