Charles Christopher, Jr (“Bird”) 1920–55, U.S. jazz saxophonist and composer.
Dorothy (Rothschild) 1893–1967, U.S. author.
Sir Gilbert, 1862–1932, Canadian novelist and politician in England.
Horatio William, 1863–1919, U.S. composer, organist, and teacher.
John, 1729–75, American Revolutionary patriot.
Matthew, 1504–75, English theologian.
Theodore, 1810–60, U.S. preacher, theologian, and reformer.
a male given name.
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Charlie. nickname Bird or Yardbird. 1920–55, US jazz alto saxophonist and composer; the leading exponent of early bop
Dorothy (Rothschild). 1893–1967, US writer, noted esp for the ironical humour of her short stories
Matthew. 1504–75, English prelate. As archbishop of Canterbury (1559–75), he supervised Elizabeth I’s religious settlement
a variety of pepper, Capsicum anuum glabriusculum, with small, elongated berries. Historical Examples Petals Plucked from Sunny Climes Sylvia Sunshine noun a tropical solanaceous plant, Capsicum frutescens, thought to be the ancestor of the sweet pepper and many hot peppers the narrow podlike hot-tasting fruit of this plant
avian influenza. an acute, usually fatal viral disease of chickens and other domestic and wild birds except pigeons, characterized by sudden onset of symptoms including fever, swollen head and neck, bluish-black comb and wattle, and difficult respiration. noun
bird band. a band put on a bird’s leg to identify it for observations about its range, behavior, longevity, migration patterns, etc.
any seed or mixture of seeds used for feeding birds. the seed of a grass, Phalaris canariensis, used as food for birds. Historical Examples Our Domestic Birds John H. Robinson Home Occupations for Boys and Girls Bertha Johnston noun a mixture of various kinds of seeds for feeding cagebirds Also called canary seed n. A […]