Definition of pardalote in English:

pardalote

Syllabification: par·da·lote
Pronunciation: /ˈpärdlˌōt
 
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noun

A small, short-billed Australian songbird related to the flowerpeckers, typically having white spots or streaks on the dark wings and crown.
  • Genus Pardalotus, family Dicaeidae (or Pardalotidae): several species

Origin

mid 19th century: from modern Latin Pardalotus, from Greek pardalōtos 'spotted like a leopard', based on pardos (see pard).

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