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starling1 US English

A gregarious Old World songbird with a straight bill, typically with dark lustrous or iridescent plumage but sometimes brightly colored

starling2 US English

A wooden pile erected with others around or just upstream of a bridge or pier to protect it from the current or floating objects

Starling, Ernest Henry US English

(1866–1927), English physiologist and founder of the science of endocrinology. He demonstrated the existence of peristalsis and coined the term hormone for the substance secreted by the pancreas that stimulates the secretion of digestive juices

glossy starling US English

An African starling with dark glossy plumage that has metallic blue, green, and purple reflections

rose-coloured starling US English

A starling with a pink back and underparts, found from eastern Europe to central Asia and fond of feeding on locusts

starling family in starling1 US English

A gregarious Old World songbird with a straight bill, typically with dark lustrous or iridescent plumage but sometimes brightly colored

common or European starling in starling1 US English

A gregarious Old World songbird with a straight bill, typically with dark lustrous or iridescent plumage but sometimes brightly colored

starling English-Spanish

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