Pintail



[pin-teyl] /ˈpɪnˌteɪl/

noun, plural pintails (especially collectively) pintail.
1.
a long-necked river duck, Anas acuta, of the Old and New Worlds, having long and narrow middle feathers.
2.
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/ˈpɪnˌteɪl/
noun (pl) -tails, -tail
1.
a greyish-brown duck, Anas acuta, with slender pointed wings and a pointed tail
n.

type of duck, 1767, from pin (n.1) + tail (n.).

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