whistler

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From Middle English whisteler, whistlar, whystelare, from Old English hwistlere (a player on a flute; a piper), equivalent to whistle +‎ -er.

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whistler (plural whistlers)

  1. Someone or something that whistles, or who plays a whistle as a musical instrument.
  2. A bird that whistles (applied regionally to various specific species).
  3. A whistling marmot.
  4. A goldeneye.
  5. An audio-frequency electromagnetic wave produced by atmospheric disturbances such as lightning.

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