Definición de parakeet en inglés:

parakeet

Saltos de línea: para|keet
Pronunciación: /ˈparəkiːt
 
/
(also parrakeet)

sustantivo

A small parrot with predominantly green plumage and a long tail.
  • Family Psittacidae: five genera, e.g. Psittacula of Asia and Africa and Cyanoramphus of Australasia, and many species
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The echo parakeet is probably the most intensively managed bird in the world today, and it frustrates Jones that endangered species elsewhere are not supported with the same offensive onslaught.
  • He has shared his yard north of Santa Monica, California, with many species of birds, including the black-hooded parakeet, for 25 years.
  • Crows, Cuckoos and Parakeets are very destructive, parakeets not only destroy fruit tree buds but also raid nests and kill nestlings.

Origen

mid 16th century: from Old French paroquet, Italian parrocchetto, and Spanish periquito; origin uncertain, perhaps (via Italian) based on a diminutive meaning 'little wig', referring to head plumage, or (via Spanish) based on a diminutive of the given name Pedro.

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