goldfinch definition

  • noun:
    • some of several small US finches for the genus Carduelis, particularly C. tristis, of which a man has yellow plumage with a black forehead, wings, and tail.
    • a tiny Eurasian finch (Carduelis carduelis) having brown plumage with black colored wings boldly noted with yellowish and a red area throughout the face.
    • a little passerine bird regarding the finch family; the European goldfinch, Carduelis carduelis, the American goldfinch, Carduelis tristis, Lawrence's Goldfinch, Carduelis lawrencei, or even the cheaper goldfinch, Carduelis psaltria.
    • A beautiful bright-colored European finch (Carduelis elegans). The name refers to the big patch of yellow regarding the wings. The front associated with head and neck tend to be vivid red; the nape, with area of the wings and end, black; -- called in addition goldspink, goldie, fool's coating, drawbird, draw-water, thistle-finch, and sweet-william.
    • The yellow-hammer.
    • a tiny United states finch (Spinus tristis); the thistle bird.
    • a stylish European siskin or thistle-bird, Carduelis elegans, associated with the family members Fringillidæ, having wings conspicuously noted with yellowish, and a crimson face.
    • The American thistle-bird, Chrysomitris tristis, associated with the household Fringillidæ, having a yellow human body, with black colored cap, wings, and tail, the latter marked in addition with white.
    • Some finch like or likened to either of this above, given that Arkansan goldfinch, Chry-somitris psaltria.
    • The yellowish bunting, Emberiza citrinella: a misnomer.
    • A gold piece; a sovereign.
    • In angling, title of an artificial salmon-fly.
    • US finch whoever male has yellow human body plumage during the summer
    • small European finch having a crimson face and yellow-and-black wings
    • Any of a number of tiny United states finches for the genus Carduelis, particularly C. tristis, that the male has yellowish plumage with a black forehead, wings, and tail.
    • A small Eurasian finch (Carduelis carduelis) having brown plumage with black wings boldly marked with yellowish and a red spot across the face.
    • a little passerine bird associated with the finch family members; the European goldfinch, Carduelis carduelis, the American goldfinch, Carduelis tristis, Lawrence's Goldfinch, Carduelis lawrencei, or even the smaller goldfinch, Carduelis psaltria.
    • an attractive bright-colored European finch (Carduelis elegans). Title is the big plot of yellow in the wings. Leading for the mind and throat are bright red; the nape, with area of the wings and tail, black; -- labeled as additionally goldspink, goldie, fool's coating, drawbird, draw-water, thistle finch, and sweet-william.
    • The yellow-hammer.
    • A small US finch (Spinus tristis); the thistle bird.
    • a stylish European siskin or thistle-bird, Carduelis elegans, associated with the family Fringillidæ, having wings conspicuously marked with yellow, and a crimson face.
    • The United states thistle-bird, Chrysomitris tristis, associated with family Fringillidæ, having a yellow human anatomy, with black cap, wings, and end, the latter marked additionally with white.
    • Some finch like or likened to either associated with above, while the Arkansan goldfinch, Chry-somitris psaltria.
    • The yellow bunting, Emberiza citrinella: a misnomer.
    • A gold piece; a sovereign.
    • In angling, the name of an artificial salmon-fly.
    • United states finch whoever male has actually yellow body plumage during the summer
    • small European finch having a crimson face and yellow-and-black wings
    • some of a number of tiny US finches of the genus Carduelis, especially C. tristis, which the male features yellowish plumage with a black forehead, wings, and tail.
    • A small Eurasian finch (Carduelis carduelis) having brown plumage with black colored wings boldly noted with yellowish and a red plot across the face.
    • a tiny passerine bird regarding the finch household; the European goldfinch, Carduelis carduelis, the American goldfinch, Carduelis tristis, Lawrence's Goldfinch, Carduelis lawrencei, and/or smaller goldfinch, Carduelis psaltria.
    • an attractive bright-colored European finch (Carduelis elegans). Title refers to the huge plot of yellow on the wings. The leading associated with the mind and neck are scarlet; the nape, with part of the wings and tail, black; -- labeled as also goldspink, goldie, fool's coating, drawbird, draw-water, thistle-finch, and sweet William.
    • The yellow-hammer.
    • a tiny United states finch (Spinus tristis); the thistle bird.
    • a classy European siskin or thistle-bird, Carduelis elegans, of this household Fringillidæ, having wings conspicuously marked with yellow, and a crimson face.
    • The United states thistle-bird, Chrysomitris tristis, associated with the household Fringillidæ, having a yellow human anatomy, with black limit, wings, and end, the latter noted additionally with white.
    • Some finch like or likened to either associated with overhead, as the Arkansan goldfinch, Chry-somitris psaltria.
    • The yellow bunting, Emberiza citrinella: a misnomer.
    • A gold piece; a sovereign.
    • In angling, the name of an artificial salmon-fly.
    • American finch whose male has yellow human anatomy plumage during the summer
    • small European finch having a crimson face and yellow-and-black wings
    • some of a few small American finches of the genus Carduelis, particularly C. tristis, of which the male has actually yellow plumage with a black forehead, wings, and tail.
    • A small Eurasian finch (Carduelis carduelis) having brown plumage with black colored wings boldly marked with yellowish and a red patch throughout the face.
    • a little passerine bird of finch household; the European goldfinch, Carduelis carduelis, the American goldfinch, Carduelis tristis, Lawrence's Goldfinch, Carduelis lawrencei, or even the cheaper goldfinch, Carduelis psaltria.
    • a lovely bright-colored European finch (Carduelis elegans). The name refers to the big spot of yellow in the wings. The leading associated with head and throat are vivid red; the nape, with part of the wings and tail, black colored; -- labeled as in addition goldspink, goldie, trick's coat, drawbird, draw-water, thistle-finch, and sweet-william.
    • The yellow-hammer.
    • a tiny United states finch (Spinus tristis); the thistle bird.
    • An elegant European siskin or thistle-bird, Carduelis elegans, of the family Fringillidæ, having wings conspicuously marked with yellow, and a crimson face.
    • The American thistle-bird, Chrysomitris tristis, of family Fringillidæ, having a yellow human anatomy, with black cap, wings, and end, the latter marked additionally with white.
    • Some finch like or likened to either of above, as Arkansan goldfinch, Chry-somitris psaltria.
    • The yellow bunting, Emberiza citrinella: a misnomer.
    • A gold piece; a sovereign.
    • In angling, title of an artificial salmon-fly.
    • United states finch whoever male has actually yellowish human body plumage in summer
    • tiny European finch having a crimson face and yellow-and-black wings
    • some of a number of tiny US finches associated with the genus Carduelis, specifically C. tristis, which the male has yellowish plumage with a black forehead, wings, and tail.
    • A small Eurasian finch (Carduelis carduelis) having brownish plumage with black wings boldly noted with yellowish and a red patch throughout the face.
    • a little passerine bird associated with finch household; the European goldfinch, Carduelis carduelis, the American goldfinch, Carduelis tristis, Lawrence's Goldfinch, Carduelis lawrencei, and/or cheaper goldfinch, Carduelis psaltria.
    • an attractive bright-colored European finch (Carduelis elegans). Title is the big patch of yellow regarding wings. The leading associated with mind and neck tend to be scarlet; the nape, with part of the wings and tail, black colored; -- called also goldspink, goldie, trick's coating, drawbird, draw-water, thistle-finch, and sweet-william.
    • The yellow-hammer.
    • a tiny US finch (Spinus tristis); the thistle bird.
    • An elegant European siskin or thistle-bird, Carduelis elegans, of the family Fringillidæ, having wings conspicuously marked with yellow, and a crimson face.
    • The American thistle-bird, Chrysomitris tristis, of the family Fringillidæ, having a yellow body, with black cap, wings, and tail, the latter marked also with white.
    • Some finch like or likened to either associated with the overhead, since the Arkansan goldfinch, Chry-somitris psaltria.
    • The yellow bunting, Emberiza citrinella: a misnomer.
    • A gold piece; a sovereign.
    • In angling, the name of an artificial salmon-fly.
    • US finch whoever male features yellowish body plumage during the summer
    • Any of a number of tiny United states finches regarding the genus Carduelis, specially C. tristis, that the male has yellow plumage with a black forehead, wings, and end.
    • tiny European finch having a crimson face and yellow-and-black wings
    • a little Eurasian finch (Carduelis carduelis) having brownish plumage with black wings boldly marked with yellow and a red patch throughout the face.
    • a tiny passerine bird associated with the finch family members; the European goldfinch, Carduelis carduelis, the United states goldfinch, Carduelis tristis, Lawrence's Goldfinch, Carduelis lawrencei, or the lesser goldfinch, Carduelis psaltria.
    • an attractive bright-colored European finch (Carduelis elegans). Title is the big spot of yellow from the wings. The front of mind and neck tend to be vivid red; the nape, with an element of the wings and tail, black colored; -- labeled as additionally goldspink, goldie, fool's layer, drawbird, draw-water, thistle-finch, and sweet William.
    • The yellow-hammer.
    • A small US finch (Spinus tristis); the thistle bird.
    • An elegant European siskin or thistle-bird, Carduelis elegans, associated with household Fringillidæ, having wings conspicuously noted with yellow, and a crimson face.
    • The United states thistle-bird, Chrysomitris tristis, regarding the family members Fringillidæ, having a yellow human anatomy, with black cap, wings, and tail, the latter noted also with white.
    • Some finch like or likened to either of this overhead, as the Arkansan goldfinch, Chry-somitris psaltria.
    • The yellow bunting, Emberiza citrinella: a misnomer.
    • A gold piece; a sovereign.
    • any one of a number of small US finches of genus Carduelis, particularly C. tristis, of which the male has yellow plumage with a black forehead, wings, and tail.
    • In angling, title of an artificial salmon-fly.
    • a little Eurasian finch (Carduelis carduelis) having brownish plumage with black wings boldly noted with yellowish and a red plot across the face.
    • American finch whoever male has actually yellow human anatomy plumage in summer
    • small European finch having a crimson face and yellow-and-black wings
    • any one of several tiny US finches associated with the genus Carduelis, specifically C. tristis, that a man features yellow plumage with a black forehead, wings, and tail.
    • a little Eurasian finch (Carduelis carduelis) having brownish plumage with black colored wings boldly marked with yellowish and a red plot over the face.
    • a tiny passerine bird of this finch family members; the European goldfinch, Carduelis carduelis, the American goldfinch, Carduelis tristis, Lawrence's Goldfinch, Carduelis lawrencei, or even the less goldfinch, Carduelis psaltria.
    • a lovely bright-colored European finch (Carduelis elegans). The name refers to the large plot of yellow regarding the wings. The leading of this mind and throat are bright red; the nape, with area of the wings and tail, black; -- called also goldspink, goldie, trick's coat, drawbird, draw-water, thistle-finch, and sweet-william.
    • The yellow-hammer.
    • A small United states finch (Spinus tristis); the thistle bird.
    • a classy European siskin or thistle-bird, Carduelis elegans, of this family Fringillidæ, having wings conspicuously noted with yellow, and a crimson face.
    • The American thistle-bird, Chrysomitris tristis, of family Fringillidæ, having a yellow human anatomy, with black colored limit, wings, and tail, the latter marked additionally with white.
    • Some finch like or likened to either of this overhead, once the Arkansan goldfinch, Chry-somitris psaltria.
    • The yellowish bunting, Emberiza citrinella: a misnomer.
    • A gold piece; a sovereign.
    • In angling, title of an artificial salmon-fly.
    • American finch whose male has actually yellow body plumage in summer
    • any one of a few little American finches regarding the genus Carduelis, specially C. tristis, of which a man has yellow plumage with a black forehead, wings, and end.
    • Any of a few small US finches of genus Carduelis, specifically C. tristis, that a man features yellow plumage with a black forehead, wings, and end.
    • a little passerine bird of finch family; the European goldfinch, Carduelis carduelis, the American goldfinch, Carduelis tristis, Lawrence's Goldfinch, Carduelis lawrencei, or the less goldfinch, Carduelis psaltria.
    • a lovely bright-colored European finch (Carduelis elegans). The name is the huge area of yellow from the wings. The front of the head and throat are vivid red; the nape, with part of the wings and tail, black colored; -- labeled as additionally goldspink, goldie, fool's layer, drawbird, draw-water, thistle finch, and sweet William.
    • a little Eurasian finch (Carduelis carduelis) having brown plumage with black colored wings boldly marked with yellow and a red plot across the face.
    • A small Eurasian finch (Carduelis carduelis) having brownish plumage with black colored wings boldly noted with yellowish and a red area across the face.
    • The yellow-hammer.
    • a little passerine bird of finch family; the European goldfinch, Carduelis carduelis, the American goldfinch, Carduelis tristis, Lawrence's Goldfinch, Carduelis lawrencei, or the lesser goldfinch, Carduelis psaltria.
    • a little passerine bird associated with finch family members; the European goldfinch, Carduelis carduelis, the American goldfinch, Carduelis tristis, Lawrence's Goldfinch, Carduelis lawrencei, or the cheaper goldfinch, Carduelis psaltria.
    • a little US finch (Spinus tristis); the thistle bird.
    • little European finch having a crimson face and yellow-and-black wings
    • Any of a few small American finches associated with the genus Carduelis, especially C. tristis, that the male has actually yellowish plumage with a black forehead, wings, and tail.
    • A beautiful bright-colored European finch (Carduelis elegans). Title is the large plot of yellow on the wings. Leading for the head and throat are bright red; the nape, with the main wings and end, black colored; -- called also goldspink, goldie, fool's layer, drawbird, draw-water, thistle finch, and sweet-william.
    • A beautiful bright-colored European finch (Carduelis elegans). Title refers to the big plot of yellow regarding the wings. Leading for the mind and throat tend to be vivid red; the nape, with the main wings and tail, black; -- labeled as in addition goldspink, goldie, fool's coating, drawbird, draw-water, thistle-finch, and sweet William.
    • some of several little United states finches of the genus Carduelis, specially C. tristis, that a man has yellow plumage with a black forehead, wings, and tail.
    • An elegant European siskin or thistle-bird, Carduelis elegans, for the household Fringillidæ, having wings conspicuously noted with yellowish, and a crimson face.
    • A small Eurasian finch (Carduelis carduelis) having brown plumage with black colored wings boldly marked with yellowish and a red patch over the face.
    • a tiny Eurasian finch (Carduelis carduelis) having brown plumage with black colored wings boldly marked with yellow and a red area across the face.
    • The yellow-hammer.
    • The yellow-hammer.
    • The United states thistle-bird, Chrysomitris tristis, associated with family members Fringillidæ, having a yellow human anatomy, with black colored limit, wings, and end, the latter marked also with white.
    • a little passerine bird of this finch household; the European goldfinch, Carduelis carduelis, the American goldfinch, Carduelis tristis, Lawrence's Goldfinch, Carduelis lawrencei, or perhaps the lower goldfinch, Carduelis psaltria.
    • a tiny passerine bird associated with the finch family; the European goldfinch, Carduelis carduelis, the United states goldfinch, Carduelis tristis, Lawrence's Goldfinch, Carduelis lawrencei, or even the less goldfinch, Carduelis psaltria.
    • a tiny American finch (Spinus tristis); the thistle bird.
    • a tiny US finch (Spinus tristis); the thistle bird.
    • Some finch like or likened to either associated with overhead, as Arkansan goldfinch, Chry-somitris psaltria.
    • any one of a few little American finches of genus Carduelis, specifically C. tristis, that a man features yellow plumage with a black forehead, wings, and tail.
    • any one of a number of small US finches of this genus Carduelis, especially C. tristis, that a man has yellowish plumage with a black forehead, wings, and tail.
    • An elegant European siskin or thistle-bird, Carduelis elegans, of the family Fringillidæ, having wings conspicuously marked with yellow, and a crimson face.
    • A beautiful bright-colored European finch (Carduelis elegans). The name refers to the large area of yellow on the wings. The leading associated with head and throat are scarlet; the nape, with area of the wings and tail, black; -- labeled as in addition goldspink, goldie, trick's layer, drawbird, draw-water, thistle finch, and sweet William.
    • An elegant European siskin or thistle-bird, Carduelis elegans, regarding the family members Fringillidæ, having wings conspicuously noted with yellowish, and a crimson face.
    • A beautiful bright-colored European finch (Carduelis elegans). Title refers to the large patch of yellow on wings. The front of head and neck are scarlet; the nape, with the main wings and tail, black colored; -- called additionally goldspink, goldie, trick's layer, drawbird, draw-water, thistle finch, and sweet-william.
    • The yellowish bunting, Emberiza citrinella: a misnomer.
    • a tiny Eurasian finch (Carduelis carduelis) having brownish plumage with black wings boldly noted with yellowish and a red plot throughout the face.
    • A small Eurasian finch (Carduelis carduelis) having brown plumage with black wings boldly marked with yellowish and a red patch across the face.
    • The yellow-hammer.
    • The United states thistle-bird, Chrysomitris tristis, regarding the family members Fringillidæ, having a yellow human anatomy, with black cap, wings, and tail, the latter noted additionally with white.
    • The yellow-hammer.
    • A gold piece; a sovereign.
    • a tiny passerine bird for the finch household; the European goldfinch, Carduelis carduelis, the American goldfinch, Carduelis tristis, Lawrence's Goldfinch, Carduelis lawrencei, or perhaps the less goldfinch, Carduelis psaltria.
    • a tiny passerine bird of the finch household; the European goldfinch, Carduelis carduelis, the American goldfinch, Carduelis tristis, Lawrence's Goldfinch, Carduelis lawrencei, or even the lower goldfinch, Carduelis psaltria.
    • a little US finch (Spinus tristis); the thistle bird.
    • The American thistle-bird, Chrysomitris tristis, of the family Fringillidæ, having a yellow body, with black cap, wings, and tail, the latter marked also with white.
    • a little American finch (Spinus tristis); the thistle bird.
    • Some finch like or likened to either regarding the overhead, as the Arkansan goldfinch, Chry-somitris psaltria.
    • An elegant European siskin or thistle-bird, Carduelis elegans, of this household Fringillidæ, having wings conspicuously marked with yellowish, and a crimson face.
    • Some finch like or likened to either of overhead, once the Arkansan goldfinch, Chry-somitris psaltria.
    • an attractive bright-colored European finch (Carduelis elegans). The name is the large spot of yellow on the wings. The leading regarding the mind and neck tend to be vivid red; the nape, with area of the wings and tail, black colored; -- labeled as additionally goldspink, goldie, trick's coat, drawbird, draw-water, thistle-finch, and sweet-william.
    • an attractive bright-colored European finch (Carduelis elegans). Title refers to the big area of yellow regarding the wings. The leading of the mind and throat are scarlet; the nape, with area of the wings and end, black; -- called also goldspink, goldie, fool's coat, drawbird, draw-water, thistle finch, and sweet-william.
    • In angling, the name of an artificial salmon-fly.
    • a stylish European siskin or thistle-bird, Carduelis elegans, regarding the family members Fringillidæ, having wings conspicuously marked with yellow, and a crimson face.
    • The yellow bunting, Emberiza citrinella: a misnomer.
    • The yellow-hammer.
    • The yellow bunting, Emberiza citrinella: a misnomer.
    • American finch whose male features yellowish human anatomy plumage in summer
    • The yellow-hammer.
    • A gold piece; a sovereign.
    • The United states thistle-bird, Chrysomitris tristis, for the family members Fringillidæ, having a yellow human body, with black colored limit, wings, and end, the latter marked additionally with white.
    • tiny European finch having a crimson face and yellow-and-black wings
    • A small American finch (Spinus tristis); the thistle bird.
    • A gold piece; a sovereign.
    • a little US finch (Spinus tristis); the thistle bird.
    • In angling, title of an artificial salmon-fly.
    • Some finch like or likened to either associated with overhead, since the Arkansan goldfinch, Chry-somitris psaltria.
    • a classy European siskin or thistle-bird, Carduelis elegans, regarding the household Fringillidæ, having wings conspicuously marked with yellowish, and a crimson face.
    • In angling, the name of an artificial salmon-fly.
    • US finch whoever male has actually yellowish human anatomy plumage in summer
    • a classy European siskin or thistle-bird, Carduelis elegans, associated with family members Fringillidæ, having wings conspicuously noted with yellow, and a crimson face.
    • The yellow bunting, Emberiza citrinella: a misnomer.
    • The American thistle-bird, Chrysomitris tristis, associated with the household Fringillidæ, having a yellow body, with black colored cap, wings, and tail, the latter noted additionally with white.
    • US finch whose male has yellowish human anatomy plumage in summer
    • little European finch having a crimson face and yellow-and-black wings
    • The United states thistle-bird, Chrysomitris tristis, of this family Fringillidæ, having a yellow body, with black cap, wings, and end, the latter marked also with white.
    • Some finch like or likened to either associated with above, because the Arkansan goldfinch, Chry-somitris psaltria.
    • little European finch having a crimson face and yellow-and-black wings
    • A gold piece; a sovereign.
    • Some finch like or likened to either associated with the above, given that Arkansan goldfinch, Chry-somitris psaltria.
    • The yellow bunting, Emberiza citrinella: a misnomer.
    • In angling, title of an artificial salmon-fly.
    • The yellow bunting, Emberiza citrinella: a misnomer.
    • A gold piece; a sovereign.
    • A gold piece; a sovereign.
    • United states finch whoever male features yellow human anatomy plumage during the summer
    • In angling, the name of an artificial salmon-fly.
    • In angling, title of an artificial salmon-fly.
    • small European finch having a crimson face and yellow-and-black wings
    • United states finch whoever male has actually yellow human anatomy plumage during the summer
    • American finch whose male has yellowish human body plumage during the summer
    • small European finch having a crimson face and yellow-and-black wings
    • The United states thistle-bird, Chrysomitris tristis, for the family Fringillidæ, having a yellow human body, with black limit, wings, and tail, the latter noted also with white.
    • Some finch like or likened to either regarding the above, since the Arkansan goldfinch, Chry-somitris psaltria.
    • The yellowish bunting, Emberiza citrinella: a misnomer.
    • A gold piece; a sovereign.
    • In angling, title of an artificial salmon-fly.
    • American finch whose male has yellow body plumage during the summer
    • little European finch having a crimson face and yellow-and-black wings
    • little European finch having a crimson face and yellow-and-black wings

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