perdiz

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Asturian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin perdīx, perdīcem (partridge), from Ancient Greek πέρδιξ (pérdix, partridge).

Noun[edit]

perdiz f (plural perdices)

  1. partridge

Galician[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin perdīx, perdīcem (partridge), from Ancient Greek πέρδιξ (pérdix, partridge).

Noun[edit]

perdiz f (plural perdices)

  1. partridge

Portuguese[edit]

perdiz (partridge)

Etymology[edit]

From Latin perdīx, perdīcem (partridge), from Ancient Greek πέρδιξ (pérdix, partridge).

Pronunciation[edit]

Noun[edit]

perdiz f (plural perdizes)

  1. partridge (any bird of the genera Perdix or Alectoris)

Spanish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin perdīx, perdīcem (partridge), from Ancient Greek πέρδιξ (pérdix, partridge).

Noun[edit]

perdiz f (plural perdices)

  1. partridge
    Synonym: codorniz
  2. great tinamou (Tinamus major)
    Synonyms: francolina, gallina de monte, gran tinamú, mancolola grande, paloma sin cola, perdiz grande, perdiz real, tinamú grande, tinamú mayor, tinamú oliváceo, tinamú robusto
  3. tinamou
    Synonyms: gallina de monte, tinamú

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