Definition of pullus in English:

pullus

Line breaks: pul¦lus
Pronunciation: /ˈpʊləs/

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noun (plural pulli /-lʌɪ/)

technical
A young bird or nestling that is not yet able to fly: a bird ringed as a pullus at Fuerteventura was seen at Porto

Origin

early 18th century: Latin, literally 'young chick'.

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