ナイチンゲール, 鴬, 黄鳥
Noun(1) European songbird noted for its melodious nocturnal song(2) English nurse remembered for her work during the Crimean War (1820-1910
(1) He worried about the future of the golden eagle, the osprey and the nightingale and he condemned the persecution of the bullfinch.(2) Invited to hear him, the king declined, saying he had heard the nightingale itself.(3) In a bit of incredible but completely appropriate timing, the Fisherman sings ├ö├ç├┐Oh, God above, how beautiful it is├ö├ç├û as the nightingale 's song is heard.(4) I heard a nightjar, and our nightingale gave us a virtuoso performance but still, no cuckoo.(5) Reich had the bird breeder's equivalent of a green thumb, and was known among bird hobbyists for training canaries to sing the song of the nightingale .(6) Our love of beauty may not be as intense as that of a Keats whom the full - throated melody of a nightingale 's song could transport to the land of the fairies.(7) Without ears to hear, the nightingale would sing in vain.(8) The nightingale and woodcock have completely disappeared.(9) The bird is a notorious skulker, tending to show itself only momentarily, and is as difficult to see well as a nightingale .(10) The pipes now struck a chord with the sorrowful, organic quality of the nightingale 's song.(11) Leonard captures the essence of the nightingale 's song in this piece, with layered beauty, utilizing a couple of unusual instruments in the process.(12) Or again, the blowing of a car horn just outside the room in which one is meditating might occasion unpleasant feelings, the song of a nightingale might occasion pleasant ones, or the sound of rain might occasion neither.(13) It doesn't take much to get him on to the subject of the nightingales , otters, barn owls and even notoriously shy bitterns now living alongside the humans at Lower Mill.(14) There are already an estimated 20000 of them, surpassing native birds such as barn owls, nightingales and kingfishers.(15) In her mind she tried to recreate the May-smells of clematis and broom drifting in from the rolling hills, the song of nightingales on the wooded heights, the twinkle of fireflies in the ripening fields.(16) It's a hugely romantic spot; you may even hear nightingales sing.
(1) nightingale :: ナイチンゲール
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