phalarope

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Etymology[edit]

New Latin Phalaropus, formed irregularly from Ancient Greek Φάλαρις (Phalaris, coot) + πούς (pous, foot).

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phalarope (plural phalaropes)

A phalarope.
  1. Any of three small wading birds in the genus Phalaropus, of the family Scolopacidae, that have lobed toes.

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phalarope m (plural phalaropes)

  1. phalarope