apostlebird

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Etymology[edit]

apostle +‎ bird; so named because they are often seen in groups of twelve, the same number as the original apostles of Jesus.

Noun[edit]

apostlebird (plural apostlebirds)

  1. A gregarious gray and brown bird native to Australia, Struthidea cinerea

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