bell magpies
Syn: ↑genus Strepera
Hypernyms: ↑bird genus
Member Holonyms: ↑Cracticidae, ↑family Cracticidae
Member Meronyms: ↑currawong, ↑bell magpie

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\\ˈstrepərə\ noun
Etymology: New Latin, from Late Latin streperus noisy
1. capitalized : a genus of bluish black Australian birds (family Cracticidae) often with snowy white undertail coverts
2. -s : any bird of the genus Strepera : currawong

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