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Wren US English

(In the UK) a member of the former Women’s Royal Naval Service

wren US English

A small short-winged songbird found chiefly in the New World

Wren, P. C. US English

(1885–1941), English novelist; full name Percival Christopher Wren. He is best known for his romantic adventure stories dealing with life in the French Foreign Legion, the first of which was Beau Geste (1924)

Wren, Sir Christopher US English

(1632–1723), English architect. Following the Fire of London in 1666, he was responsible for the design of the new St. Paul’s Cathedral 1675–1711 and many of the city’s churches

emu-wren US English

A small Australian songbird of the fairy wren family, with a very long thin cocked tail consisting of only six feathers that have a coarse open structure resembling that of emu feathers

cactus wren US English

The largest North American wren, with a distinct white eyestripe and spotted tail feathers, found in the southwestern US and Mexico

fairy wren US English

A small Australian songbird with a long cocked tail, the male of which has partly or mainly blue plumage

jenny wren US English

A wren

winter wren in wren US English

A small short-winged songbird found chiefly in the New World

superb fairy wren in fairy wren US English

A small Australian songbird with a long cocked tail, the male of which has partly or mainly blue plumage

Percival Christopher Wren in Wren, P. C. US English

(1885–1941), English novelist; full name Percival Christopher Wren. He is best known for his romantic adventure stories dealing with life in the French Foreign Legion, the first of which was Beau Geste (1924)

wren English-Spanish

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Wren in wren English-Spanish

mujer miembro de la marina británica