A common and widespread dabbling duck which breeds in the northern hemisphere.
A pink and grey species of cockatoo native to Australia. Scientific name: Eolophus roseicapilla.
(AU, slang) An idiot, particularly when driving.
That nearly drove me off the road.
A male goose.
(slang, used only with "have" and "take") A look.
Have a at what he"s written.
Any large seabird in the genus Morus, that have black and white bodies and long pointed wings, and which hunt for fish by diving from a height into the sea and pursuing their prey underwater.
A small dabbling duck, Anas querquedula, that breeds in much of Europe and western Asia, and winters in Africa.
verb (gobbl, ed)
To make the bird-sound of a turkey.
To eat hastily or greedily; to scoff.
He gobbled four hot dogs in three minutes.
(slang) A turkey.
(figurative) One who eats food very quickly, without decorum.
One of several species of long-billed, wading birds of the genus Limosa, and family Tringidae. They have bills that curve slightly upwards.
A very small passerine bird, Regulus regulus, that breeds in Eurasia.
A large bird of prey, Aquila chrysaetos, that hunts while soaring.
noun (wikipedia, Goldeneye (duck))
any of several seaducks, of the genus Bucephala, having black and white plumage; the whistler
any of several lacewings of the family Chrysopidae; the golden-eyed fly
noun (plural goldfinches)
A small passerine bird of the finch family; the European Goldfinch, Carduelis carduelis, or the American Goldfinch, Carduelis tristis.
The keel or lower outline of a bird's bill, so far as the mandibular ramus, mandibular rami are united.
noun (plural gooneys or goonies)
the black-footed albatross, Diomedea nigripes
A merganser, Mergus merganser, of the northern hemisphere. They eat fish and are common on lakes and rivers.
A grazing waterfowl of the family Anatidae, bigger than a duck.
verb (goos, ing)
To pinch someone's buttock.
(slang) To sharply and unexpectedly poke someone's crotch from behind, like a goose biting.
(slang) To gently accelerate an automobile or machine, or give repeated small taps on the accelerator.
(U.K. slang) Of private-hire taxi drivers, to pick up a passenger who has not pre-booked a cab. This is unauthorised under UK licensing conditions.
A large bird of prey, Accipiter gentilis, that is widespread throughout the temperate parts of the northern hemisphere, living mainly in coniferous forests.
A young goose.
Any of several American blackbirds of the genus Quiscalus having iridescent plumage
Any of several Asian myna birds of the genus Gracula
noun (wikipedia, Gray Jay)
a mostly gray bird, Perisoreus canadensis, that inhabits coniferous forests of North America
great crested grebe
A freshwater bird of Europe and Asia. Scientific name: Podiceps cristatus.
great horned owl
a large owl, Bubo virginianus, resident in North America, having tufts on its ears
a bird in the Paridae family, binomial name Parus major.
One of several swimming birds or divers, of the genus Colymbus (formerly Podiceps), and allied genera, found in the northern parts of America, Europe, and Asia. They have strong, sharp bills, and lobate toes.
A common Old World finch, Carduelis chloris, that is mainly green with yellow in the wings and tail.
A wading bird, Tringa nebularia, that has long greenish legs and is native to Eurasia.
a European bird, Picus viridis; the yaffle
noun (pl=grouse, pl2=grouses)
Any of various game birds of the family ''Tetraonidae which inhabit temperate and subarctic regions of the northern hemisphere.
verb (grous, ing)
To complain or grumble. As in 'Duck or Grouse', often written on low beams in pubs.
adjective (grous, er)
(italbrac, Australian slang) excellent
I had a day.
That food was .
Any seabird of the auk family, belonging to the genera Uria and Cepphus. They have black and white bodies and are good at swimming and diving.
Any of several African birds of the family Numididae resembling partridges.
A large bird of prey that breeds on Arctic coasts and islands of North America, Europe and Asia.