Definition of whidah in English:

whidah

Line breaks: whi¦dah
Pronunciation: /ˈwɪdə/

noun

Archaic spelling of whydah.
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  • Among the native birds, the whidah, weaverbirds, pigeon, sunbird, cuckoo, swift, heron, stork, pelican, and cormorant are some, which you would come across.

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