barbet

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From French, from barbe ‎(beard", "long hair of certain animals)

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barbet ‎(plural barbets)

  1. Any of many birds of the family Capitonidae, within the order Piciformes
  2. A breed of small dog, with long curly hair.
  3. A larva that feeds on aphids.
Two barbets on show

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French[edit]

Noun[edit]

barbet m ‎(plural barbets)

  1. barbet (all senses)

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Noun[edit]

barbet m ‎(plural barbets)

  1. (Jersey) barb (in fishhook)