francolin definition

  • noun:
    • some of numerous Eurasian or African birds for the genus Francolinus, associated with and resembling the quails and partridges.
    • any one of various Eurasian or African wild birds associated with the genus Francolinus, regarding and resembling the quails and partridges.
    • some of numerous Eurasian or African birds of genus Francolinus, pertaining to and resembling the quails and partridges.
    • some of various Eurasian or African birds regarding the genus Francolinus, linked to and resembling the quails and partridges.
    • any one of different terrestrial partridges regarding the genus Francolinus, found chiefly in Africa.
    • any one of various terrestrial partridges associated with genus Francolinus, found mainly in Africa.
    • Any of numerous terrestrial partridges associated with the genus Francolinus, found mainly in Africa.
    • any one of different terrestrial partridges for the genus Francolinus, discovered mainly in Africa.
    • Any of different Eurasian or African birds of the genus Francolinus, related to and resembling the quails and partridges.
    • A spurred partidge for the genus Francolinus and allied genera, of Asia and Africa. The typical species (F. vulgaris) was formerly typical in southern European countries, but is now almost restricted to Asia.
    • A spurred partidge associated with genus Francolinus and allied genera, of Asia and Africa. The typical types (F. vulgaris) had been formerly typical in southern European countries, but is now almost restricted to Asia.
    • A spurred partidge associated with the genus Francolinus and allied genera, of Asia and Africa. The typical types (F. vulgaris) had been previously typical in south European countries, it is today almost limited to Asia.
    • Any of different terrestrial partridges of the genus Francolinus, discovered mainly in Africa.
    • A spurred partidge of the genus Francolinus and allied genera, of Asia and Africa. The most popular species (F. vulgaris) had been previously common in southern Europe, but is today almost restricted to Asia.
    • A partridge for the genus Francolinus.
    • A partridge of this genus Francolinus.
    • A partridge for the genus Francolinus.
    • A partridge associated with genus Francolinus.
    • A spurred partidge for the genus Francolinus and allied genera, of Asia and Africa. The common types (F. vulgaris) had been formerly common in south European countries, but is now almost limited to Asia.
    • A partridge for the genus Francolinus.
    • Any of various Eurasian or African wild birds for the genus Francolinus, linked to and resembling the quails and partridges.
    • some of different terrestrial partridges regarding the genus Francolinus, discovered chiefly in Africa.
    • A spurred partidge for the genus Francolinus and allied genera, of Asia and Africa. The common types (F. vulgaris) had been formerly typical in south Europe, it is now almost limited to Asia.
    • A partridge of this genus Francolinus.
    • any one of various Eurasian or African birds of genus Francolinus, associated with and resembling the quails and partridges.
    • some of numerous terrestrial partridges of this genus Francolinus, discovered mainly in Africa.
    • A spurred partidge regarding the genus Francolinus and allied genera, of Asia and Africa. The most popular species (F. vulgaris) was previously typical in south European countries, but is today nearly restricted to Asia.
    • A partridge of this genus Francolinus.
    • some of various Eurasian or African birds associated with the genus Francolinus, regarding and resembling the quails and partridges.
    • any one of various terrestrial partridges regarding the genus Francolinus, found chiefly in Africa.
    • A spurred partidge regarding the genus Francolinus and allied genera, of Asia and Africa. The normal species (F. vulgaris) ended up being formerly common in southern Europe, it is now almost limited to Asia.
    • A partridge regarding the genus Francolinus.
    • Any of various Eurasian or African wild birds of the genus Francolinus, regarding and resembling the quails and partridges.
    • some of different terrestrial partridges of genus Francolinus, discovered mainly in Africa.
    • A spurred partidge regarding the genus Francolinus and allied genera, of Asia and Africa. The typical species (F. vulgaris) was previously common in south Europe, but is now almost limited to Asia.
    • A partridge regarding the genus Francolinus.
    • Any of numerous Eurasian or African birds of the genus Francolinus, related to and resembling the quails and partridges.
    • some of numerous Eurasian or African wild birds for the genus Francolinus, regarding and resembling the quails and partridges.
    • some of various Eurasian or African birds of genus Francolinus, about and resembling the quails and partridges.
    • Any of different terrestrial partridges associated with the genus Francolinus, found mainly in Africa.
    • any one of different terrestrial partridges associated with genus Francolinus, found chiefly in Africa.
    • any one of numerous terrestrial partridges associated with the genus Francolinus, found mainly in Africa.
    • any one of numerous Eurasian or African wild birds of the genus Francolinus, about and resembling the quails and partridges.
    • A spurred partidge associated with the genus Francolinus and allied genera, of Asia and Africa. The typical species (F. vulgaris) was formerly common in southern European countries, but is now nearly limited to Asia.
    • A spurred partidge associated with the genus Francolinus and allied genera, of Asia and Africa. The common types (F. vulgaris) was formerly typical in south Europe, but is now nearly restricted to Asia.
    • A spurred partidge of genus Francolinus and allied genera, of Asia and Africa. The most popular species (F. vulgaris) was formerly common in south European countries, but is now almost limited to Asia.
    • Any of various terrestrial partridges for the genus Francolinus, discovered mainly in Africa.
    • A partridge of this genus Francolinus.
    • A partridge associated with the genus Francolinus.
    • A partridge regarding the genus Francolinus.
    • A spurred partidge associated with genus Francolinus and allied genera, of Asia and Africa. The common species (F. vulgaris) was formerly typical in south Europe, but is today almost restricted to Asia.
    • A partridge of this genus Francolinus.

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