A grayish European bird (Cuculus canorus) which includes a characteristic two-note telephone call and lays its eggs inside nests of wild birds of other species.
some of numerous related birds of family Cuculidae, having grayish-brown plumage and a slender body.
the decision or cry of 1 of these birds.
Slang A foolish or crazy person.
Any of numerous birds, associated with the family Cuculidae (from Latin cuculus ("cuckoo")), famous for laying its eggs within the nests of other types; but particularly the common cuckoo, Cuculus canorus, that features a characteristic two-note call
The noise of this certain bird.
The bird shaped figure found in Swiss/German clocks (cuckoo clocks) or even the clock it self.
Someone found in which they shouldn't be (used especially in the expression 'A cuckoo into the nest'.)
somebody who is crazy.
A bird owned by Cuculus, Coccyzus, and lots of allied genera, of several types.
A bird associated with family Cuculidœ, and especially regarding the subfamily Cuculinœ or genus Cuculus: so named from its characteristic note.
A simpleton; a fool: used in jest or contempt, like the in the end relevant gowk.
any one of many European and North American birds having directed wings and a long end