Amazona

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Named by French zoologist René Lesson in 1830 after the Amazon rainforest, which name is ultimately from Ancient Greek Ἀμαζών (Amazṓn).

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Amazona f

  1. A taxonomic genus within the family Psittacidae – the amazon parrots.

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Amazòna f (Cyrillic spelling Амазо̀на)

  1. Amazon (river)

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