1. [syn: vesper sparrow, grass finch, Pooecetes gramineus]
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2 definitions retrieved:
The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48:
Bunting \Bun"ting\, n. [Scot. buntlin, corn-buntlin, OE.
bunting, buntyle; of unknown origin.] (Zool.)
A bird of the genus Emberiza, or of an allied genus,
related to the finches and sparrows (family
Note: Among European species are the common or corn bunting
(Emberiza miliaria); the ortolan (Emberiza
hortulana); the cirl (Emberiza cirlus); and the
black-headed (Granitivora melanocephala). American
species are the bay-winged or grass (Po["o]c[ae]tes
gramineus or Po[oe]cetes gramineus); the
black-throated (Spiza Americana); the towhee bunting
or chewink (Pipilo); the snow bunting (Plectrophanax
nivalis); the rice bunting or bobolink, and others.
See Ortolan, Chewick, Snow bunting, Lark
[1913 Webster] Bunting
WordNet (r) 3.0 (2006):
n 1: common North American finch noted for its evening song
[syn: vesper sparrow, grass finch, Pooecetes