trogon

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See also: Trogon and trogón

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illustration of a male elegant trogon, Trogon elegans

Etymology[edit]

Present active participle of Ancient Greek τρώγω (trṓgō, chew, gnaw).

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trogon (plural trogons)

  1. A bird of a species in the family Trogonidae, most of which live in Central and South America, have colorful feathers, and nest in holes in trees.

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