firebird definition

  • noun:
    • Any of various wild birds, including the Baltimore oriole, having brilliant scarlet or lime plumage.
    • The scarlet tanager, a species of bird with taxonomic name Piranga olivacea
    • The Baltimore oriole, a species of bird with taxonomic name Icterus galbula
    • The vermilion flycatcher, a species of bird with taxonomic title Pyrocephalus rubinus
    • The Baltimore oriole.
    • A popular title regarding the Baltimore oriole, Icterus galbula. See oriole.
    • The vermilion flycatcher, Pyrocephalus rubineus. among the South American fire-crowned flycatchers, represented in the southwestern usa by the subspecies P. rubineus mexicanus.
    • a man is scarlet with black colored wings and tail
    • east subspecies of north oriole
    • exotic United states flycatcher found as far north as southern Texas and Arizona; adult male has bright scarlet and black plumage
    • any one of various birds, such as the Baltimore oriole, having brilliant scarlet or tangerine plumage.
    • any one of numerous wild birds, including the Baltimore oriole, having brilliant scarlet or tangerine plumage.
    • The scarlet tanager, a species of bird with taxonomic name Piranga olivacea
    • The scarlet tanager, a species of bird with taxonomic title Piranga olivacea
    • The Baltimore oriole, a species of bird with taxonomic title Icterus galbula
    • The Baltimore oriole, a species of bird with taxonomic title Icterus galbula
    • The vermilion flycatcher, a species of bird with taxonomic title Pyrocephalus rubinus
    • The vermilion flycatcher, a species of bird with taxonomic title Pyrocephalus rubinus
    • The Baltimore oriole.
    • The Baltimore oriole.
    • a favorite name of the Baltimore oriole, Icterus galbula. See oriole.
    • a well known title of Baltimore oriole, Icterus galbula. See oriole.
    • The vermilion flycatcher, Pyrocephalus rubineus. among Southern American fire-crowned flycatchers, represented inside southwestern usa by the subspecies P. rubineus mexicanus.
    • the male is bright red with black colored wings and end
    • The vermilion flycatcher, Pyrocephalus rubineus. among the South United states fire-crowned flycatchers, represented in southwestern united states of america by the subspecies P. rubineus mexicanus.
    • east subspecies of northern oriole
    • the male is bright red with black wings and tail
    • exotic United states flycatcher found as far north as south Tx and Arizona; person male has actually bright scarlet and black colored plumage
    • eastern subspecies of north oriole
    • tropical United states flycatcher discovered as far north as southern Texas and Arizona; person male features bright scarlet and black plumage
    • Any of various birds, for instance the Baltimore oriole, having bright scarlet or tangerine plumage.
    • The scarlet tanager, a species of bird with taxonomic title Piranga olivacea
    • The Baltimore oriole, a species of bird with taxonomic name Icterus galbula
    • The vermilion flycatcher, a species of bird with taxonomic name Pyrocephalus rubinus
    • The Baltimore oriole.
    • A popular name associated with the Baltimore oriole, Icterus galbula. See oriole.
    • The vermilion flycatcher, Pyrocephalus rubineus. one of the Southern United states fire-crowned flycatchers, represented within the southwestern united states of america by the subspecies P. rubineus mexicanus.
    • a man is vivid red with black colored wings and end
    • east subspecies of northern oriole
    • tropical American flycatcher found as far north as southern Tx and Arizona; adult male has bright scarlet and black plumage

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