Noun(1) nightingale spoken of in Persian poetry
(1) Of the songbirds, the light-vented bulbul was a symbol of longevity thanks to the white cap on its head, which gave it the appearance of a white-haired old man.(2) Flocks of wintering water birds include the thrush, the kingfisher, the robin, the shama, the barbet, the bee-eater, the flycatcher, the sunbird, the bulbul and the drongo.(3) However, I stray from the purpose of our trip: birds, which were no less alluring than all the scenes mentioned above, with names such as leafbirds, bulbuls , coucals, laughingthrushes, babblers, sunbirds and junglefowl.(4) Out back I watched two house sparrows and two white-cheeked bulbuls fruitlessly chasing a large white moth.(5) ‘We feed the birds in our garden and have enjoyed seeing several parents feeding their young - among them bulbuls , barbets, mousebirds and weavers,’ she says.
(1) bulbul :: ヒヨドリ
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