Definition of fieldfare in English:

fieldfare

Syllabification: field·fare
Pronunciation: /ˈfēldˌfe(ə)r
 
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noun

A large migratory thrush with a gray head, breeding in northern Eurasia.
  • Turdus pilaris, subfamily Turdinae, family Muscicapidae
More example sentences
  • The berries are startling and I am very much looking forward to the arrival of the northern blackbirds, the fieldfare and redwing.
  • Most observations relate to larks, pipits and finches but kestrels are capable of taking such quarry as fieldfares, turtle doves and lapwing.
  • In the fields there were plenty fieldfares and redwings who are related to the song thrush.

Origin

late Old English feldefare, perhaps from feld 'field' + the base of faran 'to travel' (see fare).

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