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Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary
bird (noun)
1.
archaic the young of a feathered vertebrate
2.
any of a class (Aves) of warm-blooded vertebrates distinguished by having the body more or less completely covered with feathers and the forelimbs modified as wings
3.
a game bird
4.
- clay pigeon
5.
a) - fellow
b) a peculiar person
c) chiefly British - girl
6.
- shuttlecock
7.
chiefly British
a) a hissing or jeering sound expressive of disapproval
b) dismissal from employment
8.
a thin piece of meat rolled up with stuffing and cooked
9.
a man-made object (as an aircraft, rocket, or satellite) that resembles a bird especially by flying or being aloft
10.
an obscene gesture of contempt made by pointing the middle finger upward while keeping the other fingers down - usually used with the called also finger
11.
- birdie
bird (verb)
intransitive verb
to observe or identify wild in their habitats - birds
Bird (biographical name)
Larry 1956–     Am. basketball player - Lawrence Joseph Bird
Merriam-Webster Online Thesaurus
bird (noun)
1.
a member of the human race
SYNONIMS:
baby, being, bird, bod, body, character, cookie ( cooky), creature, customer, devil, duck, egg, face, fish, guy, head, human being, individual, life, man, mortal, party, person, personage, scout, slob, sort, soul, specimen, stiff, thing, wight
RELATED WORDS:
hominid, homo, humanoid; brother, fellow, fellowman, neighbor; celebrity, personality, self, somebody
NEAR ANTONYMS:
animal, beast, beastie, brute, critter
bird (noun)
chiefly British
a vocal sound made to express scorn or disapproval
SYNONIMS:
bird, boo, Bronx cheer, hiss, hoot, jeer, raspberry, razz, snort
RELATED WORDS:
smirk, sneer, snicker, snigger; gibe ( jibe), put-down, taunt; whistle
NEAR ANTONYMS:
applause, clapping
cheer
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