blackbird

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A blackbird (Turdus merula)
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From black +‎ bird.

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blackbird (plural blackbirds)

  1. A common true thrush, Turdus merula, found in woods and gardens over much of Eurasia, and introduced elsewhere.
  2. A variety of New World birds of the family Icteridae (26 species of icterid bird).

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