a cry or noise made to express displeasure or contempt
badminton equipment consisting of a ball of cork or rubber with a crown of feathers
warm-blooded egg-laying vertebrates characterized by feathers and forelimbs modified as wings
watch and study birds in their natural habitat
informal terms for a (young) woman
the flesh of a bird or fowl (wild or domestic) used as food
an effigy in the shape of a man to frighten birds away from seeds
small bird
bird-footed dinosaur
any of numerous carnivorous dinosaurs of the Triassic to Cretaceous with short forelimbs that walked or ran on strong hind legs
gather birdnests
greenish-yellow Australian oriole feeding chiefly on figs and other fruits
small fast-running Australian bird resembling a wren and frequenting brush or scrub
small bird
reddish-brown grouse of upland moors of Great Britain
large-footed short-winged birds of Australasia
bird's-foot fern
cliff brake of California and Baja California having purple-brown leafstalks
bird's eye
Old World plant with axillary racemes of blue-and-white flowers
bird's nest fern
tropical Old World or Australian epiphytic fern frequently forming tufts in tree crotches
bird's eye view
a situation or topic as if viewed from an altitude or distance
bird's-eye maple
maple wood having a wavy grain with eyelike markings
bird's foot trefoil
Old World herb related to fenugreek
bird's foot
the foot of a bird
bird's foot clover
European forage plant having claw-shaped pods introduced in America
bird's-foot violet
common violet of the eastern United States with large pale blue or purple flowers resembling pansies
bird's nest
nest where birds lay their eggs and hatch their young
bird's-nest fungus
any of various fungi of the family Nidulariaceae having a cup-shaped body containing several egg-shaped structure enclosing the spores
as from an altitude or distance
bird's foot trefoil
European forage plant having claw-shaped pods introduced in America
bird's-eye bush
shrub with narrow-elliptic glossy evergreen leaves and yellow flowers with leathery petaloid sepals
common trailing perennial milkwort of eastern North America having leaves like wintergreen and usually rosy-purple flowers with winged sepals