Aburria

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See also: aburría

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New Latin, either from a South American language, aburri, apparently of onomatopoeic origin, or directly onomatopoeic. The ending is probably influenced by the common taxonomic -ia.

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Aburria f

  1. A taxonomic genus within the family Cracidae – the wattled guan.

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